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March 18, 2013  | by: Victoria Garcia
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Don’t worry everyone.  It’s going to be okay. Rapper Lil’ Wayne isn’t dead, he just had a little too much sizzurp. And I wish I was being sarcastic.

News of Lil’ Wayne’s hospitalization on Friday night led to an uproar on Twitter. No shocker there.   Before any official news was released, fans were worried that the Young Money mogul was dying after being admitted to Cedars-Sinai Medical Center in West Hollywood after suffering from a seizure.

Lil’ Wayne graciously took to his Twitter to tell his adoring fans that he was okay. “I’m good everybody. Thx for the prayers and love.”

His friends and colleagues have been showing their concern for the skateboarding rapper. Drake was spotted leaving the hospital late on Friday night while another fellow Young Money member Mack Maine tweeted, “We will be releasing an official statement shortly but don’t believe the nonsense about comas and tubes to breathe…that’s false!”

I think his family and friends should be a little concerned with his so-called “addiction” to sizzurp. There have even been some reports that he might be checking into rehab after this stunt. It’s not surprising that there are no more updates on what exactly went down. Lil’ Wayne isn’t very public about his life so I’m sure we will never know. Let’s just hope he’s getting better.

What do you think of Lil’ Wayne’s hospitalization?

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