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Rick Ross Suffers Seizure on Plane

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This just in: Rapper Rick Ross apparently suffered a seizure of some sort while on a flight from Ft. Lauderdale, Fla. to Memphis this morning.

An eyewitness claims that the star lost consciousness almost immediately after take off and that a doctor on board tried to administer CPR. Due to Ross’ condition, the plane was force to make an emergency landing. TMZ reports that emergency workers received a call about a seizure at around 1PM ET.

Ross was then placed on a gurney at the airport, with EMT workers trying to revive him via CPR. His entourage was on the scene, many of which looked upset. Well, that’s no shock. If you’re boss suffers a seizure and passes out, and medics are trying to revive him, you get upset and it shows.

Rapper Wale, who is one of Ross’ friends and a member of MMG, tweeted: “I just talked to Ross…he’s 100 pct ok..” The tweet was delivered at around 1:45PM ET.

So that’s good news! What a scare though, right?

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