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Are you stoked for Suicide Squad??
The return of movie star Will Smith and completely psycho Jared Leto has us hyped. But the villains aren't the only ones teaming up…
We've got a music video for the all-bad guy flick's song Sucker For Pain featuring a SUPER team up of artists including Lil Wayne, Wiz Khalifa, Imagine Dragons with Logic & Ty Dolla $ign featuring X Ambassadors! HOLY TALENT, Batman!
Warner Bros. studio dropped the new music video featuring all of the artists on the film's Facebook page, and it's a JAM!
Ch-ch-check it out (below) and go see Suicide Squad August 5!
Sunday night was QUITE a battle — and no, we don't just mean on Game Of Thrones!
If you didn't follow the series you definitely missed out, as James and crew brought the Cavs back from a 3-1 deficit to force game seven. Well, after a VERY heated back and forth game, LeBron ended up fulfilling what he came back to Cleveland for — to win them a sports championship for the first time in 52 years!
Seeing as how it was an AH-Mazing game, and the 31-year-old athlete has plenty of celebrity friends, it's no shock that Justin Timberlake, Mindy Kaling, and even President Barack Obama all gave Bron and the Cavs a shout out after LBJ broke down with tears of joy!
Ch-ch-check out all the best reactions (below) and let us know your thoughts on Cleveland's big win!
In fact, the 33-year-old camp insists it all has to do with Weezy not taking the proper medication he needs to control his chronic case of epilepsy.
TMZ reports the artist thought he would be OK for a few days sans-medication after a Milwaukee pharmacy didn't have his right pills. That clearly didn't work out after his plane was forced to make two emergency landings during the cross country flight.
But the good news is the New Orleans native seems to be back in action as he made his return to the stage just two days after the scare.
Take care of yourself, Weezy!
Despite the rapper's scary mile high incident, he stopped by the Samsung booth at the E3 to help promote his upcoming mobile skateboarding game Sqvad Up and he ended up rapping for the lucky fans in attendance!
Wearing a yellow hat, gray shorts, sweatshirt, and sunglasses, Wayne performed a medley of 15 songs that included hits like A Milli, Lollipop, and Truffle Butter.
Though we already heard from a rep for the 33-year-old that he was in "good spirits" following the seizures, it's always better to see the proof for yourself. Not to mention, it seems like the Right Above It rapper has really bounced back as one source dished:
What a relief.
As we told you, the 33-year-old suffered two seizures back to back before being transported to the hospital via ambulance on Monday. He refused medical treatment after the first attack.
This of course reminded fans of when the rapper was hospitalized several years ago after suffering multiple seizures in a row. He has spoken out about struggling with epilepsy and being "prone to seizures" that can strike at any time. So terrifying.
A rep for the artist tells E! News:
Say it ain't so, Lil Wayne!
Turns out, the 33-year-old refused medical treatment upon landing and got back on his private jet — only to have ANOTHER seizure!
TMZ reports the plane was back in the air and then had to make yet another emergency landing when Weezy lost consciousness once again.
Paramedics boarded the plane and are now transporting Wayne to the hospital via ambulance.
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We're hearing the 33-year-old suffered the seizure and blacked out — similar to the 2012 and 2013 incidents — while flying from Milwaukee, Wisconsin to California on Monday.
The outlet says paramedics responded to the airstrip where the rapper is alert, but refusing medical treatment. But why?!
We'll keep you updated as more details become available.
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