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Tone-Loc Collapses Onstage in Atlanta

Rapper reportedly suffered a seizure

October 17, 2011 2:30 PM ET
Tone Loc
Tone Loc performs
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Tone-Loc collapsed onstage at a concert in Atlanta on Saturday. According to TMZ, the rapper was treated at a nearby hospital and was released shortly afterward. Reports have indicated that he suffered a seizure, but his manager told TMZ that he was suffering from exhaustion but is now recovering.

Billboard reports that Tone-Loc has had a history of seizures, and had previously collapsed during an outdoor performance in Pensacola Beach, Florida in 2009.

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This incident in Atlanta comes less than two weeks after the rapper pleaded guilty to weapons and domestic charges stemming from an arrest in Los Angeles in June.

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