Romario dos Santos

A bodybuilder who obsessed over his body image nearly killed himself by pumping his biceps with artificial fillers.

Romario dos Santos, 25, admired the oversized physiques of the other bodybuilders who worked out at his gym. The bodybuilders shared their secret with the former bodyguard: they were injecting synthetic oil into their muscles.

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Lil Wayne

According to my west coast connect — who is very well connected — troubled rapper Lil Wayne suffered a seizure around 11 p.m. Tuesday, west coast time. My source says Wayne was rushed to Cedars Sinai in Los Angeles, the same hospital where he spent a week in ICU in March.

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Rihanna and Melissa Forde at Miami vs Bucks

R&B singer Rihanna attended Game 1 of the NBA Eastern Conference Quarterfinals playoff game between the Miami Heat and the Milwaukee Bucks at American Airlines Arena in Miami on April 21. Rihanna sat courtside with her drug-addled former personal assistant Melissa Forde. After watching Miami rout the Bucks, Rihanna performed in concert, then the besties hit up “Own the Night
Saturdays Cameo Nightclub on South Beach presented by Phil the Mayor and hosted by A$AP Rocky, who opens for Rihanna on tour. Rihanna performs in Atlanta tonight. The troubled singer recently canceled 2 shows in Texas due to health and personal reasons. She has canceled 4 shows in all.
Photos by Mike Ehrmann/Getty Images North America and ExclusiveAccess.net

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Lil Wayne Epileptic

Rapper Lil Wayne is attempting to deflect rumors of his alleged drug use by claiming to be an epileptic. Epilepsy can be an acute (new) or chronic (longstanding) disruption of signals in the brain that results in controlled or uncontrolled convulsions (seizure activity).

In an interview with LA’s Power 106 on Thursday, Wayne, 30, said epilepsy is the reason behind his multiple hospitalizations — not his reported addiction to Promethazine/Codeine prescription cough syrup (aka Sizzurp or Purple Drank), which can also cause epileptic seizures.

Promethazine/Codeine is not prescribed for epilepsy.

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