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Lil Wayne Suffers More Seizures, Hospitalized in L.A.

Rapper dealt with similar symptoms last October

March 14, 2013 2:10 PM ET
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Lil Wayne performs in Las Vegas, Nevada.
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Lil Wayne was hospitalized earlier this week after suffering more seizures. The rapper had multiple seizures on Tuesday night while filming a music video in Los Angeles and was taken to Cedars-Sinai hospital. According to TMZ, he was released the next morning, and is currently recovering.

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Wayne's latest seizures follow an unfortunate pattern – he dealt with seizure-like symptoms while traveling on a private jet last October. The plane made an emergency landing in Texas, and Wayne was taken to a local hospital. His next album, I Am Not a Human II, is set for a March 26th release.

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