As most everyone knows, Chris Brown suffered a seizure Friday (Aug. 9) and thankfully he is OK.  Here's and update on what happened.


Chris was recording at the Record Plan studio in L.A. at the time at the incident and his episode was serious enough to call 911.  However, when paramedics arrived on the scene, he was feeling better and refused to go to the hospital.

So what happened?  Breezy’s rep told TMZ that the seizure was set off by “intense fatigue and extreme emotional stress, both due to the continued onslaught of unfounded legal matters and the nonstop negativity.”

Speaking of unfounded legal issues, Chris is still dealing with a bizarre charge of “hit-and-run” after a minor parking accident earlier this year.  The driver of the other car has refused to press charges do to having no damage to her vehicle, but L.A.’s DA is trying to make a case of it anyway.  That being said, Chris recently turned himself in, was booked and released with no bail and now awaiting a new hearing date.

In light of the arrest, he took to Twitter to share his frustration over the constant judgment tweeting,

“Don’t worry mainstream America. After this X album, it’ll probably be my last album.  Being famous is amazing when it’s for ur music and talent. I’m tired of being famous for a mistake I made when I was 18. I’m cool & over it!”  As a fan, I hope that’s not true.

We hope Chris stays in good health and spirits.  In the meantime, get more details about what happened below with Tha Wire.

In other news, Usher and his ex-wife Tameka Raymond went to court for an emergency child custody hearing stemming from the swimming pool accident that almost took the life of their 5-year old son.

Tameka argued that Usher is not an attentive enough father to have custody of their two sons.  Luckily enough for Usher, the judge didn’t buy it and Ursh was able to retain custody.

Usher’s lawyer said the singer’s Aunt Rena, is a ”very attentive and wonderful person” and has been since Raymond Vth since he’s been born.  He also accused Tameka of being guilty of an “abuse of process” stating,  “This is an accident that could have happened to anyone.” That is absolutely true.  Parents take notice to the severe dangers of faulty drain covers to insure the safety of your children.  We pray for the continued recovery of Usher and Tameka’s baby boy.

Finally, Sean Kingston is back on the music scene after his near death accident on the water a few years ago.  Wasting no time, the Jamaican singer returns with another perfect jam for the summer, and this time, he’s teaming up with D.C.’s Wale.

Kingston started the summer off with the smash ‘Beat It’ featuring Chris Brown and Wiz Khalifa and is on to hit two with ‘Seasonal Love,’ featuring Wale.

Listen to Tha Wire now and find out when Kingston drops his new album.  Press play now:

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