Rick Ross reportedly placed on Life Support following Cardiac Arrest

Mar 04, 2018, 04:31
Rick Ross reportedly placed on Life Support following Cardiac Arrest

The 42-year-old rapper fell ill at his home in Davie, Florida, with someone calling 911 on Thursday to say the person in distress was "unresponsive with heavy breathing".

When the patient was awakened, he was said to be hard with the responders, causing police to be called in.

Fat Trel, a fellow rapper and close friend, confirmed that Ross was in a hospital, saying he was doing "good", but "is not on life support", BET reported.

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Rick Ross was recently rumored to have suffered from a heart attack.

Rick Ross, whose real name is William Leonard Roberts II, suffered two seizures within the space of six hours in 2011. He has since given up sodas, but resisted giving up such favorites as chicken wings and fried Oreos. Due to all the medical scares, according to TMZ, Rick got on a mission to get his health together and ended up losing 100 pounds. While speaking with "The Breakfast Club", Ross said, "You know, I never did it because I always thought, like, I would end up [expletive] a female rapper and [expletive] the business up". Ross was also given the key to the city in 2014. And two weeks later he was arrested again at his Atlanta home on kidnapping and assault charges by a US Marshals Service fugitive task force.

"I BELIEVE in the Power of Prayer, Sending Prayers up for Rick Ross", wrote Missy, while Snoop tweeted, "Prayers up for my guy Rick Ross".

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"Hang in there boss".

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