Ross Axes African Concert Following ‘medical Emergency’

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April 9, 2012 | 5:56pm EST

Rapper Rick Ross has axed his Monday night show in Guyana due to health issues.
The hip-hop star, who has suffered two seizures over the last six months, was scheduled to headline the Easter Fest Rozay at the Guyana National Stadium on Monday.

Promoters at Hits and Jams Entertainment received news of the cancellation late on Sunday and released a statement to fans, which read, “Rick Ross’ management this evening informed management at Hits and Jams that the artist has suffered a medical emergency and has been ordered by his doctors not to travel.

“His management has given an undertaking that once he is cleared by doctors they are willing to work on an alternative date for the Guyana show.”

According to reports, the gig will go on as planned, with Jamaican artist Mr. Vegas performing as a solo headliner.

Few other details about the Ross’ latest medical crisis were known as WENN went to press. He suffered a seizure on 14 October en route to a concert in Tennessee and he was hospitalized in Alabama after a second episode later that same day.

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