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Rick Ross Misses Gig After Health Scare

Rapper reportedly suffered two seizures over the weekend

October 17, 2011 8:45 AM ET
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Rick Ross dropped out of a concert in Greensboro, North Carolina on Saturday after reportedly suffering two seizures on Friday. Ross suffered his first health scare aboard a Delta Airlines flight from Fort Lauderdale to Memphis. That flight made an emergency landing to provide emergency care for the rapper. After being discharged from a Fort Lauderdale hospital, Ross boarded another flight, which ended up being diverted to accommodate another health crisis.

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Ross was traveling to Memphis to perform at the University of Memphis basketball team's Memphis Madness event and to make an appearance at the grand opening of a Wingstop chicken wing franchise. Ross' gig in Greensboro went on without him, with DJ Khaled and Marsha Ambrosius on the bill. The rapper is scheduled to perform at the Tabernacle in Atlanta on Friday and will be on a bill with Busta Rhymes at the Nokia Theater in Los Angeles on Sunday.

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