Chris Brown Suffers A Seizure!
While in a LA recording studio, Singer Chris Brown suffers a seizure due to stress from constant negativity

Early Friday morning, our favorite bad boy crooner, Chris Brown, suffered a seizure! The singer was working in the Los Angeles recording studio, The Record Planet, when he suddenly collapsed, encountering a non-epileptic seizure. Emergency personnel reportedly rushed to the studio after receiving a call of Chris’ health status. The 24 year old singer refused to go to the hospital or receive treatment for the attack.

Brown’s rep shared a statement with E! News, "While in the studio working early this morning, Chris suffered a non-epileptic seizure (NES), He was not hospitalized. If you are wondering what exactly are NES, Non-epileptic seizures are episodes that briefly change a person's behavior and may look like epileptic seizures, according to the Epilepsy Foundation. His doctor tended to him this afternoon and attributes the NES to intense fatigue and extreme emotional stress, both due to the continued onslaught of unfounded legal matters and the nonstop negativity."

A few hours after the seizure, Chris’ on again off again girlfriend, Karrueche Tran, went to Twitter to voice her concern for her significant other tweeting, “Prayers all day,” with a picture sporting the caption “a lot on my mind today .. I need a hug.” On Saturday morning Chris Brown also took to Twitter, subliminally addressing the incident by tweeting, "They won't love u until u r a memory..." but then deleted the post.

Despite Chris’ health scare, the singer/actor/dancer still found the time to play at a charity basketball game against the LAPD. An eyewitness tells E! News, "I didn't know about any medical problems. He has been playing. He is actually pretty good." While we’re happy to see that Chris has bounced back quickly after that scare, we wonder if, maybe, the pressure of being in the public eye is getting to be too much for the singer.  He certainly has been in the news a lot lately, maybe it's time to slow down and take a break...? We certainly think a Seizure is probably a good indication you need to slow things down, or possibly, reevaluate things. Maybe?