Ross' Royce goes careening into a building after "dozens" of shots, though the rapper seems unharmed.
Reps for Weezy cite migraines and exhaustion as contributing factors.
The singer had to take a week off singing after a vocal injury.
Kids, please don't do this. Please. Harry doesn't want you to die.
And she's just "chilling" and "practicing her mime show" (ha!) which all things considered is probably the best thing she could possibly do.
She tweeted a photo of her arm hooked up to an IV, so at least she can do that.
Doctors said she needs to completely recover before scheduling future work.
The Miami rapper is taking some time off as he recuperates from his health scares last Friday.
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A chorus hook from King L dominates the penultimate track on Kanye's latest.
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