Megan Thee Stallion Updates Fans On French Montana’s Health Condition
Megan Thee Stallion went to visit fellow rapper, French Montana, in the hospital earlier this week following his sudden entry for unexplained reasons, other than the symptoms he had been experiencing.
E! claims the 24-year-old starlet was on the red carpet this Saturday while at Variety’s 2019 Hitmakers event, held at the Soho House in West Hollywood, California, where she spoke on the performer’s condition. As fans of the rapper know, Megan was there to accept the honor of Breakout Artist Of The Year.
She began her speech with, “oh my god,” adding, “I’m from Houston Texas and this is really crazy.” The star thanked everyone who helped her and added that she and the rest of the “Hot Girls” would continue doing their thing even when the summer ends.
Speaking with reporters from the outlet, Megan claimed she was on her way to go see him after the ceremony. The rapper described him as “great,” and he was honestly surprised to see her there with him. As it was previously reported, the 35-year-old star was taken into the hospital near the beginning of the week.
Doctors ordered him to rest for at least a month, explaining that his symptoms were likely a consequence of working too much. Moreover, the star just happened to drop his brand new record, Montana, at the same time as his release.
The star wrote on his IG account that his music and art was keeping his spirit alive. During the same event, E! also spoke with other big-named artists, such as Swae Lee, who is currently up for an award with Post Malone.
The singer admitted that he and his fellow collaborator hadn’t even let the news of the nominations sink in yet. They’ve just been busy touring, working on music, and “focusing on life.” As for Montana, on the positive side, at least he managed to get out of the hospital just in time for his new album.
As most know, the rapper was once linked to the reality star, Khloe Kardashian, from Keeping Up With The Kardashians. The two are still great friends.