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Posted: March 05, 2018

Rapper Rick Ross released from hospital after 4 days, report says

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Rapper Rick Ross released from hospital after 4 days, report says
Rapper Rick Ross has reportedly been released from a Florida hospital after 4 days. (Photo by David Becker/Getty Images for Daylight Beach Club )

By Kelcie Willis, Cox Media Group National Content Desk

After being in the hospital for four days, rapper Rick Ross is now at home.

TMZ reported that the Maybach Music Group mogul was released early Monday morning. He is receiving care at his home.

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Citing unnamed sources, TMZ reported that Ross had respiratory issues that ended up being heart-related. 

On Thursday, emergency crews came to Ross’ Davie, Florida, home, according to Us Weekly. Citing a dispatch record, Us Weekly reported that the rapper was found unresponsive and breathing heavily. The publication reported that he became “combative” with medical professionals, and police were called.

Related: Rapper Rick Ross reportedly hospitalized after medical issue

While in the hospital, celebrities expressed well wishes to the 42-year-old rapper on Twitter, including Missy Elliot, Debroah Cox, Chris Paul, Gucci Mane and Martin Lawrence.

In 2011, Ross had two seizures on two separate flights. In 2016, he told Men’s Health he adopted a healthier lifestyle, losing more than 75 pounds.

Representatives for Ross have not commented on his hospitalization or release.

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