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Update: French Montana Released From ICU

By | On December 01, 2019

According to multiple reports, French Montana has been hospitalized for an elevated heart rate compounded by intense stomach pain. TCF reports that authorities were called to French's home in Calabasas in response to a possible burglary. What ended up being a false alarm turned out to be a blessing in disguise for French as responding deputies called for emergency medical personnel after noticing how unwell the rapper looked.

French was taken to San Fernando Valley hospital where he was treated for severe nausea, stomach pain, and an elevated heart rate. A rep close to French points out the rapper's tour schedule and other endeavors might have a role in his condition over the past few weeks.

French Montana took to Twitter to reveal that he's been in the ICU for six days after being admitted for an elevated heart rate and intense stomach pains. As previously reported, police showed up to French's home after his neighbors called believing that his house was being burglarized. However, they found the famed rapper in extreme pain and called 911 and he was taken to a nearby hospital for care.

While it's still unclear what exact health issues French is battling, Megan Thee Stallion decided to pay him a visit. She uploaded a video of her sitting on French's hospital bed while telling viewers that French needed to get out asap. You can check out both videos above.

Previously, French Montana revealed that he was in the ICU for the last few days for intense stomach pains and an elevated heart rate. Since then, people like Megan Thee Stallion and more have visited the rapper. Now, French has taken to Instagram to reveal that he is out of ICU. French said “Thank you Everyone for all of the prayers, love and support. I’m finally out of ICU and am getting better one day at a time !!! #Montana.”
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