Former B2K member Raz-B is currently in a coma at a hospital in China after he was hit in the face with a bottle at a nightclub.

The 28-year-old was performing at a club in China on Thursday and was smashed in the face with a glass bottle while trying to break up a fight that erupted in the crowd. Hours after the incident, he underwent minor surgery to repair a gash in his lip.

But according to sources close to Raz-B, he did not wake upthe next day. His backup dancer rushed him to a nearby hospital for treatment.

After doctors tested for brain activity, he was reportedly placed on a ventilator and has been slipping in and out of consciousness.

Raz-B is a former member of R&B boy band B2K, which also consisted of Lil’ Fizz, J-Boog, and Omarion. The group released four albums and topped the Billboard Hot 100 with their 2003 hit “Bump, Bump, Bump.”

“He is in a coma and needs as many prayers as possible,” the R&B singer’s publicist, Toy Jones, tells TMZ.


[UPDATE: Raz-B Off Life Support]

R'n'b singer Raz-B is off life-support and out of his coma, after being hospitalized in China for injuries he sustained while performing there.

Sources close to the singer say that he came out of his life-threatening coma today, Sunday. He is apparently stable and responsive, but hasn't been released from the hospital just yet.

Raz-B had been smashed in the face with a bottle this past week while performing at a club in China. As we reported previously, he underwent minor surgery, but the next day when he was found unresponsive, he was brought to the hospital where it was determined he was in a coma.