Calabasas, CA – French Montana has revealed he’s finally out of the ICU after nearly a week in the hospital. The “Unforgettable” rapper uploaded a photo of himself to Instagram on Thursday (November 28), revealing the hospital staff still has him hooked up to several monitors.
He noted he was on his way to healing.
“Thank you Everyone for all of the prayers, love and support,” he captioned the photo. “I’m finally out of ICU and am getting better one day at a time!!!”
Police were called to French’s Calabasas home earlier this week for a suspected robbery, which turned out to be a false alarm. They did, however, notice French was not doing well and got him the help he needed.
French was taken to the hospital by ambulance with possible cardiac issues. Sources close to French reportedly said he’d been suffering from severe stomach pains, nausea and an elevated heart rate prior to his hospitalization.
It’s still unclear what exactly caused his medical scare.
[This article has been updated. The following was published on November 25, 2019.]
Doctors are reportedly scrambling to figure out what has sidelined French Montana in a San Fernando Valley hospital. According to TMZ, medical personnel still haven’t pinpointed a reason for French’s stomach pain, nausea and elevated heart rate.
The Los Angeles-based rapper was rushed to the hospital by ambulance last Thursday (November 21) after police investigating an alleged robbery at his Calabasas home noticed he wasn’t acting right.
On Monday morning (November 25), French shared a video clip to his Twitter account, capturing his surroundings.
“6 days in icu,” he wrote.
Last week, TMZ shared the 911 call, which suggested he was “intoxicated” when cops arrived at his Calabasas home. His team, however, has denied those reports.
[This article has been updated. The following was published on November 22, 2019.]
Police were reportedly investigating a possible robbery at French Montana’s Calabasas home on Thursday (November 21) afternoon when they noticed he was acting strange.
TMZ reports officers called an ambulance to the scene and French was rushed to a San Fernando Valley hospital with suspected cardiac issues. Sources close to French mentioned he’d been suffering from severe stomach pains, nausea and an elevated heart rate.
He’s currently being treated with IV fluids and expected to be released on Friday (November 22).
The philanthropic artist has been traveling extensively throughout Europe and the Middle East as an ambassador of “I Stand With Immigrants.” Some of his associates suspect French could have food poisoning.
The robbery at his home turned out to be a false alarm.