According to Cortez Bryant, Lil Wayne is a "workaholic" and will keep things moving like always.
As you probably heard by now, Lil Wayne was hospitalized last Sunday after suffering another one of his seizures in Chicago. The YMCMB rapper was found unconscious in his hotel room before being rushed to Northwestern Memorial, where he reportedly suffered another seizure.
Thankfully, Wayne has recovered just fine and was released from the hospital on Tuesday, but not before doctors ordered him to not work for the next couples of weeks and focus on getting better. While he may take it easy for the next couple weeks, Wayne has no plans of slowing down his regimen or lifestyle moving forward according to his manager anyways.
On Wednesday, TMZ caught up with Weezy’s manager Cortez Bryant at LAX and asked him how he was doing. Bryant said he’s doing “fine” and that he has no plans of slowing down his work ethic moving forward.
“He a workaholic thats what got him to where his is now man.” Cortez says. “He’s epileptic thats the reality of it. So it’s something we know we’ll have to deal with the rest of his life.”
When the TMZ cameraman asked if he was going to retire, Bryant quickly said “hell no. That's not gon’ stop us. We just not gon’ let that disease stop us.”
Lastly, Bryant debunked the rumors that the seizures could be caused by Wayne’s lean use. He said it has nothing to do with that, and everything do with his disease.
“It has nothing to do with any of those other things. He’s an epileptic. It’s a disease he has to deal with. It might not be the last time we see Lil Wayne have a seizure.”
As TMZ pointed out, Wayne has been spotted double-cupping at some of his shows throughout the year, but seemed just fine this past Saturday at his last show. They even got some footage of that performance as well.
Check out the clips (below) and we’ll continue to keep you posted moving forward. While you're at it, check out some of Wayne's fellow peers react to the news of his latest seizure right here.