Lil Wayne has been banned from flying for the "forseeable future" after suffering two seizures last week and has reportedly told friends that the episodes were "life-changing."
The 'How To Love' rapper was taken ill during a flight in Texas in October forcing the pilot to make an emergency landing, before he suffered a second episode of "seizure-like" symptoms just a day later in Louisiana.
According to TMZ, the Young Money boss must now stay at home and rest and has also been banned from travelling by plane for at least another week.
"The rapper's telling friends he feels the seizures were a result of working himself too hard after his jail stint - and has been calling the health scare a 'life-changing event' and an 'eye-opener,'" the website reports.
After it was confirmed that the 30-year-old was suffering from a migraine and severe dehydration, the pint-sized rapper has been recovering at his mother's house in Atlanta where he is being visited by nurses to keep track of his progress.
In a bid to protect his health, Wayne is said to be planning a return to his Miami home in the next couple of weeks, but will be travelling by bus rather than plane.
It's hardly surprising that Wayne was suffering a migraine after he revealed that he has recorded a mind-blowing 90 tracks that are yet to be released with rap legend and hip-hop mogul Dr. Dre.
"I've always worked with Dre.I'm not sure if you guys know how Dre works... Dre always send you a song, so I done probably did like 90 songs for Dre. You just never know which one he gonna put out," Wayne told MTV News last month.
When the Good Doctor himself will drop his third official LP, only he knows. Meanwhile, Lil Wayne is readying the release of his 10th solo album I Am Not a Human Being II for December, but Dre is not expected to appear in the credits.
Speedy recovery, Weezy!