Rick Ross Not On Life Support, According to Family and Friends
MIAMI, FL - Just days after the media leaked that rapper Rick Ross was found unconscious at his home in South Florida, initial reports said that he was on life support and connected to an oxygenated machine to assist with breathing.
According to the Davie Police Department, they received a 911 call from an unidentified person at the rapper's Miami home saying that he was found unresponsive, while breathing heavy and drooling from the mouth. The Teflon Don rapper, 42, has a history of having issues with seizures in the past having suffered two within six hours back in 2011.
However, his family and friends have shared on social media and to news outlets such as TMZ that he is in good care and hospitalized, but not on life support. The musician and entrepreneur has received support from many of his famous friends.
Missy Elliott, Sean "Diddy" Combs, and Snoop Dogg are amongst many other celebrities that are urging fans to "pray" for the rapper. Elliot tweeted, "I BELIEVE in the Power of Prayer. Sending prayers up for Rick Ross." Diddy responded with a tweet saying, "Let's all pray for Rick Ross."
Even the likes of Usher, LL Cool J, Trey Songz, Gucci Mane, Fergie, Martin Lawrence and Fat Trel tweeted their prayerful thoughts.