Rick Ross’ 911 Audio Reveals Rapper Breathing Heavily and Throwing Up
Audio of Rick Ross' 911 call has surfaced today (March 8), and illustrates the serious condition the rapper was in before being hospitalized last week with a possible case of pneumonia (March 2).
In the audio, released by the Daily Mail, listeners hear a male friend of Rozay's frantically speaking to a 911 responder as he attempts to wake up the artist. He mentions that Ross was breathing heavily, shaking badly in a cold sweat, and at one point threw up on himself.
A nervousness can be heard in the trembling caller's voice as he pleaded with the dispatch offer to organize medical help as soon as possible. Ross' friend can be heard talking to the rapper at one point, and he tells the emergency dispatcher that Ross only nodded his head in response but didn't speak.
The caller mentions the Rich Forever rapper's history of seizures before revealing that the Florida native had been going in and out of consciousness, and took some medication earlier in the day.
The Rather You Than Me artist was then hospitalized for pneumonia-related respiratory issues for the following four days before finally being released on Monday (March 5).
Ross made his return to Instagram on Thursday morning (March 8) remaining thankful to be back in the comfort of his home, "Ain’t nothing like home. I love y’all - WLR," he captioned with the latter signature being a reference to his initials.
Listen to the heartbreaking audio below.
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