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Raz B may be latest celeb to be the victim of a hoax.

The Calling's Alex Band denies that his recent injuries were concocted, but it looks like in the case of Raz (a.k.a. De'Mario Thornton), they were bogus.

A bar fight in China never left Raz-B on life support, according to a new CNN report, although the celeb did get hurt during a nightclub brawl near Shanghai.

His injuries were not serious, however.

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The B2K singer's manager Elayne Rivers told CNN that "Comments and reports about Raz being in a coma did not come from his official representative."

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Raz B is out of his coma and in stable condition, days after a bottle attack left him on life support and things looked grim for the B2K R&B singer.

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Raz came out of a life-threatening coma Sunday at a hospital in China, where the attack occurred. He is stable, breathing on his own, smiling and responsive.

He will remain under observation for a few days in the hospital.

After he was smashed in the face with a bottle Thursday while performing at a club, he was rushed to the hospital where he underwent minor surgery.

The next day, Raz didn't wake up and a backup dancer rushed him to the hospital again, where he was found to be in a coma and placed on life support.

Doctors say it's a miracle that he survived. Way to go, Raz!!

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Raz-B is on life support in a hospital in China after the 28-year-old R&B singer suffered an absolutely brutal bottle attack to the face this week.

Raz-B's publicist, Toy Jones, tells celebrity news site TMZ:

"He is in a coma and needs as many prayers as possible."

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Raz was performing at a club China on Thursday and was hit in the face with a glass bottle - while trying to break up a fight that erupted in the crowd.

He received medical attention hours after the incident and underwent surgery to repair a gash in his lip (below), but the next day, he did not wake up.

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