Twitter Rumors Say Dancehall Artist Spice IN Coma After Botched Butt Lift … HERE’S THE TRUTH

Rumors are growing on social media that Spice, the popular dancehall star who also stars on Love & Hip Hop, allegedly suffered a medical emergency while undergoing surgery in the Dominican Republic.

The first report of Spice’s alleged mishap came from popular IG site Surgery 411, a normally reliable plastic surgery site. The site claimed Spice had been in the Dominican Republic and had liposuction, and the surgery somehow went wrong.

Rumors of Spice’s continued to grow… and it turned into an even more serious condition. Within hours, another IG plastic surgery blog claimed that Spice was in a coma after getting a botched butt lift.

Rumors went into overdrive when legendary dancehall artist Lady Saw – who is now a Christian pastor – took to Facebook Live to pray for Spice. And Lady Saw claimed that Spice was close to death after a botched operation.

Well, Media Take Out decided to get to the bottom of things and reached out to Ray Alexander, Spice’s booking agent. He denied rumors that the Queen of Dancehall suffered a heart attack or that she was placed in a medically induced coma in the Dominican Republic after developing complications during a cosmetic procedure.

“Spice has not had a heart attack, nor is she in a coma. These are all lies. The rumors were caused by people not knowing where she was and because she hadn’t posted on IG.”

In October, Spice, who turned 40 in August, hinted she would be leaving social media for several months.

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