Bronx rapper Cardi B recently made a tough call to go to the emergency room after a recent health scare, which is an even more concerning matter amid the current coronavirus pandemic.
As reported by TMZ, Cardi was hospitalized earlier this week after experiencing stomach pains. On (March 29), the Bronx-bred rapper first tweeted that she was experiencing some discomfort. “I have [had] such an uncomfortable stomach ache for the past 24 hours. I’m so irritated by it,” she complained to her 10 million followers.
It seems her condition worsened as a few days later she gave a status update on her health. In a since-deleted tweet, Cardi informed her fans that she decided to check herself into an emergency room on Tuesday night (March 31) after suffering severe abdominal pain for nearly a week. “Honestly, ‘cause I've been having some real bad stomach problems for 4 days, I went to the ER last night,” she shared on Wednesday (April 1). “I’m feeling way better.” Hopefully, tomorrow I will feel no more pain.”
TMZ’s report did not state a diagnosis or when she was discharged. However, Cardi uploaded a photo of herself wearing a hospital wristband dated March 31 in the deleted tweet, confirming her trip to the ER.
Fortunately, Cardi appears to be in good spirits as she’s back to trolling her fans about her forthcoming second album. In the meantime, fans are sending her their best wishes for good health amid the scare:
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