The Lady Of Rage Overwhelmed By The Support After A Hospital Stay

HipHop News Posted on January 5, 2018 at 2:42am

The Lady Of Rage Overwhelmed By The Support After A Hospital Stay

Rock on wicha bad self.

"Afro Puffs," the legend of The Lady of the Rage has been in the hospital, at least since Wednesday (2 January), although the cause of their hospitalization is currently unknown. The former Death row Records signee took to Instagram on Thursday (4 January) to thank her fans and colleagues for the great support.

"I just want to Thank everyone who has been showing me and ovewhelming amount of love, support, prayers, visits, phone calls, good wishes", captioned an Instagram photo. "It means a lot...I never knew so many people cared. I am very grateful to all of you who have taken the time to send a lil love my way".

I just want to Thank everyone who has been showing me and ovewhelming amount of love, support, prayers, visits, phone calls, good wishes. It means a lot...I never knew so many people cared. I am very grateful to all of you who have taken the time to send a lil love my way.

A post shared by The Official Lady Of Rage (@theladyofrage_) on January 4, 2018 at 6:46pm PST

Ice cube protégée and fellow rapper/actor I-I shared a couple of photos on Instagram showing Rabies in a hospital gown and hooked up to an I. V. His legend, "Say a prayer for my older sister HipHop @theladyofrage_ We love you baby".

Say a prayer for my older sister HipHop @theladyofrage_ love you baby ❤️❤️❤️ #strong #together

A post shared by YoYo (@yoyofearless) on Jan 2, 2018 at 2:07pm PST

Say a prayer for my older sister HipHop @theladyofrage_ love you baby ❤️❤️❤️ #strong #together

A post shared by YoYo (@yoyofearless) on Jan 2, 2018 at 2:11 pm PST

The rage, which recently linked with MC Eiht on the Compton MC's Which Way Iz West project (which made HipHopDX the list of 2017, More Asleep-Rap Albums), rose to fame alongside Dr. Dre and Snoop Dogg during the '90s West Coast gangsta rap heyday.

She also appeared in such films as the 2000's, the Next Friday, in 2001, the Thug-Life and in the 2006 documentary L

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