TMZ – Lil Wayne is in ICU in critical condition after suffering yet another seizure, and we’re told it doesn’t look good. We broke the story … the 30-year-old rapper was rushed to Cedars-Sinai Hospital in L.A. Tuesday night after suffering multiple seizures. He was released Wednesday but just hours later one of his bodyguards found him in his room, on the floor and unconscious. Wayne was rushed to the hospital again, but this time he did not stabilize. He was taken to ICU, where he was placed in restraints because he was shaking uncontrollably. We’re told Wayne is currently “unstable,” and has been placed in an induced coma. He is breathing through tubes. We’re told several people are at Wayne’s bedside crying, and a number of rap artists and family members are on the way. Sources say the scene is violent as Wayne shakes uncontrollably. Sources say there’s evidence Wayne went on a Sizzurp binge after being released Wednesday, because doctors found high amounts of codeine in his system. We’re told Wanye’s stomach was pumped 3 times to flush the drugs from his system.
As a sufferer of seizures, I’m going to start off by saying they’re no joke. Probably the scariest times of my life. The first time I actually thought I was dying. I had no idea what was going on. Luckily I never lost consciousness like Wayne did.
You can say what you want about Lil Wayne and his rapping skateboarding ways, but one thing you can’t deny is that he’s been on top of the rap game for about 18-years. And he’s only 30. Yeah, he was about 12-years old when he starting working for Birdman. People hate his music nowadays because they say its not real rap. And they hate Nicki Minaj, and Birdman, and Tyga, and Drake, and all the rest of Young Money Cash Money. But what no one realizes is that he’s been able to brand himself, and everyone else. All off rhyming words. When he came out with Tha Carter, I was a fan right away. And I have been since. He’s my favorite rapper going and I’m not ashamed to say it. Tha Carter, Tha Carter II, No Ceilings, and all the Dedication mixtapes will forever be on my playlist.
With that all being said, I 100% saw this day coming. Its tragic to think of a 30-year old man dying, but the act in which he may die isn’t tragic. Drugs aren’t kind to the body. He knew what he was doing to himself, however he’d become an addict and that’s what happens. Realistic people had to see this day coming, he was literally quoted as saying “I’m a blunt blowing, polo drawers showing, I don’t give a lovely motherfucker ass nigga with my money growing.”
We all should’ve know after this song it wouldn’t end well…
Get Well Soon, Weez.