Rick Ross Suffered Two Seizures on Two different Flights in One Day!
Flying with his entourage, when Ricky had the first seizure they alerted plane personnel and a doctor on board performed CPR. The plane had to make an emergency landing.
He was rushed to the hospital and later released. Everyone thought everything was Ok. Twitter was filled with Tweets confirming that he was OK. One directed at a Radar Online inquiry:
“@ElliottWilson never dat homie..we outchea #mmg powercirle!!!!”
Rapper Wale also tweeted
“I just talked to Ross…he’s 100 pct ok…@tmz #dontpanic #dontpanic #mmg !!!! #gfid dec 13th!”
So it was business as usual. Time to board the plane and get back on track.
As soon as the 2nd flight was airborne, De Ja Vu! Ross suffered another seizure and the plane again performed an emergency landing in Alabama. .
‘There was a private plane that was routed here for medical purposes. This plane didn’t go through our main terminal. We have a fixed based operator called Atlantic Aviation that handles our general aviation (private planes).’
HOW MUCH DOES RICK ROSS WEIGH ?
Rick Ross no doublty has a weight issue. The 6-2 rapper reportedly weighed 290 lbs back in 1996. Source: http://www.thesmokinggun.com/documents/crime/rick-rosss-jail-time
He’s grown considerably larger since then – as that was on his application to be a Correction Officer.
THE CORRECTION OFFICER SCANDAL
In July 2008, The Smoking Gun produced details linking Ross’ social security number to an eighteen month stint as a correctional officer in a Florida prison facility, along with a photograph purporting to be Ross in his correctional officer uniform. Ross initially denied that the photograph was of him; after overwhelming evidence of his past came into the public’s eye, Ross later admitted that he did work as a correctional officer in Florida during the early 90′s. In a 2008 interview with AllHipHop.com, “Freeway” Ricky Ross, claimed offense that Roberts used his name and identity when he learned that The Smoking Gun posted documents revealing Roberts’ previous employment as a Florida correctional officer.
I say who cares! Is James Gandolfini really a gangster? No but we enjoyed him playing one.
Let’s hope Ricky “Rozay” can get to the bottom of the seizures and get back to making “Maybach Music”.
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