Rick Ross Doesn't Appear at Memphis Show After Suffering Seizure
Rick Ross Doesn't Appear at Memphis Show After Suffering Seizure

Rick Ross is recovering after reportedly suffering a seizure while on a plane headed to Memphis, Tenn. According to TMZ, the rapper was unconscious and paramedics had to resuscitate him.

The rapper has tweeted that the situation is not life-threatening. "Never dat homie..we outchea #mmg powercirle!!!!" he posted at 1:55 PM est. A rep for the rapper has also confirmed to Billboard.com that Ross is recovering.

Ross reportedly fell unconscious immediately after takeoff. Emergency workers reported a seizure at around 12:55 PM est, and Ross' plane was forced to make an emergency landing. Ross was reported to be on a gurney, with EMT workers administering CPR.

Wale, who is part of Ross' Maybach Music Group, posted on Twitter at 1:41 PM, "I just talked to Ross...he's 100 pct ok...@tmz #dontpanic #dontpanic #mmg !!!!" DJ Sam Sneaker also posted on Twitter, "I'm wit @rickyrozay now he good..."

Ross was heading to Memphis to open a Wingstop restaurant franchise in an event scheduled for Saturday afternoon. "It's time for us to make it happen in Memphis," Ross said in an earlier statement. "With Wingstop, we are bringing in the food I like and adding jobs to the community. It's a double win."

"God Forgives, I Don't," Ross' fifth studio album, is expected to be released Dec. 13. The rapper released two singles from the new full-length, the Just Blaze-produced "I Love My Bitches" and "You The Boss" featuring Nicki Minaj, last week.

Check back with Billboard.com as the story develops.