Rick Ross Hospitalized With Possible Pneumonia After Being Found Unresponsive

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According to TMZ, someone from the Rather You Than Me rapper's home called 911 and reportedly described Rozay as "slobbing from the mouth" around 3:30 A.M. on Thursday. The report also indicates that he was "just nodding his head" and that he had "boo-bood himself".

According to law enforcement, the person in distress came to and became combative.

There are also mixed reports about Ross' well-being.

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Rick Ross reportedly went to the hospital by ambulance and is being treated for respiratory issues, possibly caused by pneumonia. In Oct. 2011, the rapper was taken to the hospital after suffering from two seizures on two separate flights.

There are conflicting reports about whether he was hospitalized. The hip-hop veteran is reportedly hospitalized and getting medical treatment.

However, a family member of the artist has denied that he has been hospitalised despite the fact he failed to make an appearance on Thursday night.

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Us Weekly has reached out to Ross' rep for comment.

Ross, who weighed 350 pounds at his heaviest, told Men's Health in 2016 that he lost 75 pounds after making some lifestyle changes in the wake of his seizures.

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