Rich Homie Quan’s Label, Think It’s A Game Entertainment, Issues A Statement

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Last night it was reported that the one of the members of the XXL Freshmen 2014 Class Rich Homie Quan was rushed to the hospital after suffering from back-to-back seizures and a head injury while filming a music video with Problem in Atlanta’s Piedmont Park.

Think It’s A Game Entertainment’s founder and CEO G. “Fly” Henry has issued the following statement to XXL with an update on the health and seriousness of Rich Homie Quan’s injuries:

We just want to say thank you to everybody who was praying for him and appreciate everybody support. He’s doing well, he’s just resting right now. They released him from the hospital last night. He’s just resting up. We’re not going to be doing any shows for a little while until he gets better, but he’s in good health, and he’s in good spirits. He’s just resting right now. He was initially at Grady Memorial Hospital then was moved to Piedmont Hospital. He fell and suffered a gash over his eye and abrasion on his face. But he’s good now. He just been working hard. I think it was more so exhaustion. He’s going to be doing shows; he just taking a break. It was a traumatizing experience. I can’t give an exact date when he’ll be better, but right now he’s just going to take some time off to be better. We just thank everybody for the support. Everybody all over just has been so supportive in this whole ordeal, and that really helps not only him but the team, just to know that many people really support the movement. We’re just thankful that people are actually that concerned and supportive.

Rich Homie Quan suffered the injuring while filming the video for “Walk Thru” featuring Problem. Rich Homie Quan recently released a tweet to update his fans on his condition also.