Report: Rick Ross Suffered Seizure Before Concert

  /  04.30.2018

Shortly after being released from the hospital, Rick Ross reportedly suffered another health scare. According to insiders, Rozay experienced “seizures” and “trouble breathing” backstage before a recent concert at B.B. King’s in New York.

“His team had to get a masseuse to massage him for an hour to relax his body,” a source tells Page Six. Afterwards, Ross reportedly took the stage and performed for the New York crowd. He’s yet to address the alleged incident, but a report says he is “feeling good.”

Ross has suffered multiple health scares like this. Last year, he opened up about a series of seizures that deeply impacted his life. “I just woke up to a new reality,” he said, “a reality where my lifestyle, me sleeping three hours a night, me eating T-bone steaks [at] 3 in the morning…caught up with me and…my body couldn’t take it anymore.”

Despite his apparent lifestyle changes, Ross suffered another medical emergency in March. He was reportedly hospitalized after being found unresponsive in his home. Then, he was transferred to a different hospital due to heart-related complications. Many worried about Ross at the time, particularly as reports said he was on life support.

Ross is now working on his next album, Port of Miami II: Born to Kill.

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