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Rick Ross Suffers Second Seizure Aboard Private Jet, Admitted to Alabama Hospital

Looks like the Bawse should've stayed under doctor's supervision.

At approximately 12:55 p.m. this afternoon, a Delta flight carrying Rick Ross was grounded in Fort Lauderdale when the rapper suffering a seizure. He was immediately treated by EMT and taken to the hospital.

Less than four hours later, the Maybach Music mogul made the crazy decision to check himself out and board a private jet bound for Tennessee where he was scheduled to perform for University of Memphis basketball fans.

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But according to TMZ, Ross's jet never made it to Memphis. The Bawse suffered a second seizure; the plane landed in Birmingham, Alabama; and he was taken straight to a hospital emergency room.

The good news: Ross is reportedly in stable condition. And hopefully, he'll put the hustle on hold, take a short vacay, and avoid air travel.

In fact, may we suggest the Bawse get 'round for the next few weeks by custom pimped-out Maybach bus?

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