Professor Green has revealed that he had another seizure in April 2022, which caused him to hit his head on steel and concrete before going into convulsions for eight minutes.
The 39-year-old rapper previously suffered from a life-threatening brain disorder in 2019 fractured his cervical vertebrae and was forced to cancel his UK tour.
He took to Instagram on New Year’s Eve and shared a photo of his facial injuries from earlier this year, explaining that he was rushed to hospital after the “grand mal.”
‘My family almost lost me’: Professor Green has revealed he was rushed to hospital after suffering ANOTHER life-threatening seizure when he shared a photo of his facial injuries
Worrying: He wrote, “This also happened. (In April) I had a major seizure while home alone, fell face down into steel and concrete and went into convulsions for 8 minutes repeatedly hitting my head and face – I’ve never looked at the CCTV’
He wrote: ‘This also happened. (In April) I had a grand mal seizure while home alone, fell face down into steel and concrete and convulsed for 8 minutes repeatedly hitting my head and face – I’ve never watched the cctv.
“The internal bruises were more of the problem and I’ve been clawing my way back ever since. It was caused by a combination of circumstances, but for the most part I had not taken care of myself, on the contrary.
“I almost lost my family, then my family almost lost me. Deal with shit. If you don’t, it will take care of you.”
Shocking: The 39-year-old rapper experienced a life-threatening brain disorder earlier in 2019, in which he suffered a fracture in his cervical vertebrae and had to cancel his UK tour
Last month, Professor Green revealed he had received a ‘really nice’ letter from Prince William after witnessing the 2019 seizure.
In an exclusive interview with MailOnline, he admitted he was “quite shocked” at the kind gesture from the future king, who he previously campaigned with over mental health issues.
He said: ‘I actually had a pretty bad accident and then I got a really nice letter from Prince William.
“It was when I had a seizure. I broke my neck the day I was supposed to start a tour so it had been a while. Yes, quite uncomfortable.
Species: Last month, Professor Green (left) revealed he received a ‘really nice’ letter from Prince William (right) after living through the 2019 seizure (pictured in 2018)
“I never expected to get a letter from him, so I was quite shocked. I’ll keep it for my son when he grows up.’
In 2018, the musician – real name Stephen Manderson – attended West London school Ark Burlington Danes Academy along with the then Duke of Cambridge, who raised concerns about teenagers and cyberbullying.
After the visit, he said: “A brilliant morning with HRH Duke of Cambridge… on mental health and cyberbullying – the correlation between the two and how we can all be a little kinder to each other.”
Wow! He admitted he was ‘quite shocked’ after the kind gesture from the future king, with whom he previously campaigned over mental health issues (pictured in 2020)
They had joined forces to start conversations and end the stigma surrounding mental health the charity Heads Together.
In February 2019, Green was forced to cancel his UK tour as he suffered a fracture in his cervical vertebrae after falling during three horrific bouts.
The musician shared a candid Instagram photo of himself from his hospital bed in a neck brace.
Describing the shocking incident, the Hackney resident wrote: ‘I had a fit this morning which resulted in a fall whilst packing for tour 1/3.
“Depending on how you look at this fall, I’ve been extremely lucky. I have very broken vertebrae in my neck and subsequently had to cancel my tour which was due to start 2/3 today.
‘I’ll be back in the winter with a bigger tour. I’ve had two more attacks and I’m lucky I didn’t break my neck. Real f*****g luck. Thank you for your patience,” the Hackney resident told his fans.
Stephen was set to perform all over the UK, with his shows scheduled to begin in Cardiff, before taking the stage in Birmingham, Glasgow, Newcastle, Manchester, Leeds, Sheffield and finally Brighton on 21 February.
A statement from his spokesperson read: ‘Due to a serious neck injury, Professor Green has been forced to cancel his February 2019 tour. Tickets for all dates are refundable. Refunds will be made available at time of purchase.’
Too bad: In February 2019, Green was forced to cancel his UK tour as he suffered a fracture in his cervical vertebrae after falling during three horrific attacks (pictured in 2018)