Lil Wayne has been upgraded to stable condition and is even able to eat on his own now, according to sources at L.A.'s Cedars-Sinai hospital.
The rapper is out of the Intensive Care Unit for the first time in days after doctors determined his condition has stabilized following multiple seizures.
Lil Wayne has moved into a regular room and no longer needs intense, 24/7 treatment to ensure he'll make it, as he did after his apparent sizzurp overdose.
It was the star's third incident involving seizures in the past few months.
Doctors pumped Wayne's stomach three times after the rapper began experiencing severe and violent seizures on Friday, when he was in critical condition.
Speculation regarding the severity of his condition has run rampant.
His camp denied reports - mainly from TMZ - that he was on death's door, but given his days-long ICU stint, it's clear that he was and is in rough shape.
Whatever happened, it's part of a pattern and certainly isn't good.
The 30-year-old has been walking around the hospital floor on his own (accompanied by a team of bodyguards of course), and eating on his own.
He could even be discharged from the hospital in the near future ... hopefully when he is, he'll check into a treatment facility to make sure he's okay.