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Lil Wayne is no longer a resident of Cedars-Sinai Medical Center in West Hollywood, Calif. The rapper has officially been released after days in the ICU.

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The 30-year-old rapper spent six days in the hospital in the past week, most of it in critical condition and intensive care after suffering multiple seizures.

It appears that an overdose of sizzurp cause the episode(s).

Friday night, fans feared the worst as reports indicated Lil Wayne was being read his last rites, placed into a coma and breathing only through tubes.

The star's camp denied the severity of the whole situation, and sure enough, he was upgraded to stable condition Monday, and now he's outta there.

Sources say he's weak still, but a lot better after stabilizing.

Weezy plans on laying low until he makes a full recovery. Maybe he and Lindsay Lohan can go to rehab together. Both could clearly use a little assistance.

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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.

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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.

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Lil Wayne is still hospitalized and in rough shape, despite the assurances from his camp that reports of his medical scare Friday were greatly exaggerated.

Two days after being admitted to L.A..'s Cedars-Sinai Medical Center for seizures, Weezy was rushed back there Friday after a suspected drug overdose.

The 30-year-old has remained there ever since.

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While Wayne's posse denied that his condition was as dire as TMZ initially reported - there was talk of the rapper being read his last rites, breathing through tubes and being placed into an induced coma - Weezy hasn't improved enough to be moved out of the ICU.

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The severity of what happened is in dispute, but fans and friends of Lil Wayne are banding together after the rapper's medical scare on Friday.

Usher, who made a surprise appearance during indie rock group the Afghan Whigs' concert at SXSW, asked the crowd to keep Weezy in their thoughts.

"I don't mean to bring everybody down, but right now I think I want to just ask something of you guys," the R&B singer began at the Austin, Tex., event.

"One of my fellow artists, good friend, Lil Wayne is going through a real hard time right now, y'all. And I just want to send a lot of positive attitude about his state."

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Everybody chill the bleep out.

That's the message coming from friends of Lil Wayne, whose fans feared the worst Friday amid reports that he was in critical condition and being read his last rites.

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While the rapper's camp has slammed speculation that he was near death - T.I. put TMZ on blast - peeps close to him do acknowledge that he has issues.

"TMZ was so off base. Wayne is fine," an insider dished. "He drank too much sizzurp to get a better high. He needs rehab but he's not close to death or anything."

"He's better now and just coming down off the high."

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T.I. is speaking out about his friend Lil Wayne and BLASTING celebrity news site TMZ for misreporting the severity of his seizures - allegedly.

The rapper told his followers on Twitter that he had personally called to check on him, and also gave the following interview about the Weezy situation:

TMZ reported last night that Lil Wayne was in critical condition after a sizzurp binge, was placed into an induced coma and being read "his last rites."

They have since removed the last rites bit from their article, but have not retracted or clarified any other details surrounding the allegedly dire situation.

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Lil Wayne is reportedly in critical condition after suffering more seizures. The rapper was rushed to the ICU at Cedars-Sinai Hospital in Los Angeles.

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The rapper was hospitalized Tuesday night after suffering multiple seizures, but was released Wednesday after he stabilized. Today, he did not stabilize.

Wayne was rushed to the hospital again, and placed in restraints in the ICU because he was shaking uncontrollably. He was then placed in an induced coma.

Earlier this afternoon, he was breathing through tubes.

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Lil Wayne was hospitalized again earlier this week after suffering multiple seizures, according to reports, having gone through a similarly scary episode last fall.

Sources close to the rapper say he suffered seizures Tuesday night after shooting a music video in L.A. and was subsequently taken to Cedars-Sinai hospital.

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He was released hours later, early Wednesday.

Weezy's doing better now, according to TMZ.

Lil Wayne has acknowledged he'd been prescribed seizure medication by his doctor; there's no clear report on what triggered his collapse this time around.

We're glad he's okay.

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In hilarious news, Donald Trump was hacked Thursday by some nefarious character who posted Lil Wayne lyrics to his Twitter before the account was disabled.

"These hoes think they classy, well that's the class I'm skippen," he Tweeted.

Alas, it was not actually the Donald who posted that philosophical gem.

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The message wasn't directed at any hoes in particular; it's a line from Lil Wayne's rap in the will.i.am "Scream & Shout" remix (also featuring Britney).

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Lil Wayne is a liar who is not actually banned from NBA events, as he claimed over All-Star Weekend in Houston, the league said Tuesday.

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NBA Senior Director of Basketball Communications Mark Broussard said there "no truth at all" to the claims Weezy made during a performance.

Wayne had told the crowd the NBA had banned him from all events because of his beef with the Miami Heat, stemming from an incident last week.

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