Unless you count the fact that August Alsina and Jada Pinkett-Smith were probably bangin’, then you’d probably say that August Alsina’s life is a revolving door of unfortunate events.
The singer revealed that he had to be immediately admitted into the hospital, because it looks as if his autoimmune system is kicking his ass. We fear August Alsina near-death experience is one to taken seriously.
August has had health problems before. In the past, he’s made it known that his health has always been bad, and therefore he’s always feeling a little under thee weather than most people.
Yesterday, was no different. August Alsina is back in the hospital. Apparently, his autoimmune system is “raging” out of control.
He uploaded a video message for his fans, explaining how his recent hospital visit came about.
August Alsina Near Death
“Hi guys, it’s August. As you can probably tell I’m in the spital. So, here’s the stitch. I woke up one day and wasn’t able to walk. I couldn’t feel my legs and my doctor ended up admitting me into the hospital.”
“We’re doing a bunch of tests and they’re saying I have some nerve damage going on throughout my body that I had to go into recovery process for. It’s like my immune system went on vacation. So, I’m just waiting on it to come back and we can get together and it can do what it do, man.”
August is seen laid up in a hospital bed, looking pretty tired. According to him, he woke up one morning and was unable to walk or even move his legs, which he says is the reason he wasn’t at Essence Fest like so many people had expected.
Bossip reports that the reason August has a bad autoimmune system is that it’s hereditary.
At the moment there are no more updates on his current condition. But let’s continue to hope he gets better soon!
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