Celebrities Come Out In Support And Prayers Of Rick Ross — Go Viral
Rick Ross is a prominent figure in the entertainment industry due to his burgeoning career of the last fifteen years. His status as an entertainer resulted in a plethora of celebrities in the Hip-Hop world who came out in support of the iconic producer.
As you may know, Rick is currently on life support and stars like Snoop Dogg, P. Diddy, Missy Elliot, and others took to Twitter to send their thoughts and prayers.
Check out the tweet from Missy Elliot below:
I BELIEVE in the Power of Prayer Sending Prayers up for Rick Ross🙏🏾
— Missy Elliott (@MissyElliott) March 2, 2018
LL Cool J also sent out a tweet in support of the rapper:
Sending love and prayers up for Rick Ross and his family. Stay encouraged stay strong
— LLCOOLJ. (@llcoolj) March 3, 2018
Snoop Dogg offered words of consolation and prayer:
prayers up for my guy Rick Ross 🙏🏿 hope you pull thru my brotha
— Snoop Dogg (@SnoopDogg) March 3, 2018
Fellow entrepreneur and producer, P. Diddy, encouraged his followers and fans to have hope for Rick Ross, while the rapper, G-Eazy, wrote, “prayers for Rick Ross.”
According to multiple reports, the 42-year-old went to the hospital and is currently being treated in the cardiac unit, the segment responsible for heart conditions.
Reports state that Rick might’ve suffered a heart attack. A source speaking to TMZ said Rick was currently receiving treatment and the machine took over his heart and lung functions.
In a report from Us Weekly, officials from the Davie Police Department confirmed the news of Ross’ condition. They went to his house on the 1st of March around 3:30 am when the rapper was found unable to speak and was breathing heavy.
An individual who called the police said Ross was foaming “out of the mouth” and couldn’t wake up. As you may know, Ross has suffered health conditions in the past, including multiple seizures.
In 2011, Rick went to a hospital in Birmingham, Alabama, after having two seizures in six hours. The rapper later stated it was due to a “lack of sleep.”