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Ne-Yo's Silky Smooth Singing Voice Causes Woman To Vomit Uncontrollably And Have Seizures!

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Zoe Fennessy, 26, is a British mother who suffers from a rare illness that causes musicogenic seizures.

Basically, whenever she hears Ne-Yo's music she has violent seizures.

Her condition was so serious she actually had brain surgery to remove her left temporal lobe!

Sadly, she still suffers from crippling seizures.

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Her first music-induced seizure happened in 2011, specifically to the Ne-Yo song Give Me Everything.

Doctors eventually tested her, monitoring her brain while she listened to Ne-Yo's music, and that's when they found out about her condition. She said:

"If he ever releases a greatest hits album, it's going to be a nightmare. Whenever I hear the first few beats of the song, I have to drop whatever I am doing and run. I don't dislike Ne-Yo or his music. It just dislikes me unfortunately. People might think it is funny — and I can laugh at it myself — but it has taken over my life. It's ruined my life."

She sounds like even though her condition is serious and has taken such a toll on her life, her outlook is just wonderful!

We really hope her surgery starts to help and we reallllly hope Ne-Yo doesn't release a greatest hits album that Apple puts into everybody's iTunes without asking!

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One comment to “Ne-Yo's Silky Smooth Singing Voice Causes Woman To Vomit Uncontrollably And Have Seizures!”

  1. demon tricks says – reply to this


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    No more left temporal lobe and still affected ?
    Take that men's science !