Lil’ Wayne reportedly spent the night in the hospital after suffering yet another seizure! Taken to Cedars-Sinai by his bodyguards late last night, the rapper was quickly looked after and released earlier today.
This isn’t Lil’ Wayne’s first hospital visit. Just over a month ago, the epileptic rapper spent a week at the Los Angeles hospital due to an onslaught of seriously jeopardizing seizures. He was even placed in the ICU!
We’re glad to hear he’s ok! We just hope he takes it easy for a while! Your health comes first, Weezy!
We feel weird saying 'sizzurp' because it's such an absurd word, but it's basically cough syrup mixed with Sprite or Mountain Dew and pieces of Jolly Rancher candy. The codeine will get you high, and it's addictive.
Lil' Wayne says his seizure had nothing to do with an addiction to this, but is in fact epilepsy.
Here's what he said, after saying he was back to 100%:
When it comes to coffee, little did the world know that Peter Andre would be opening a cafe chain called The New York Coffee Club with his brother Danny… and they're doing much more than slingin' joe!
They've taken on an intern that might not have had many other opportunities, and they're being honored for it! You see, their intern has epilepsy — and The Young Epilepsy Champion Awards has singled the brothers out for helping him! They were given the Employability and Enterprise Champion 2013 prize, and Andre and his sibling were even there to accept it!
As we've reported, Kelly Osbourne has been in the hospital ever since falling ill and suffering a seizure during a Thursday taping of Fashion Police, and while doctors have been hard at work since, attempting to figure out exactly what caused the fit, sources close to the situation reveal that it could be much more serious than what anyone initially anticipated!
Sadly, medical experts believe that the reality starlet may be suffering from the neurological disorder epilepsy, which is defined by brain alterations that result in the individual being prone to numerous recurrent seizures. Doctors will be running tests while she remains in the hospital for a few more days, but thankfully, there's still a possibility that this was an isolated episode.