We hope everything is OK! French Montana (real name: Karim Kharbouch) was taken to the hospital on Thursday, November 21, for cardiovascular issues, E! News reported. According to the outlet, the Los Angeles Sheriff’s Department said the 35-year-old got into an ambulance from his home in Calabasas, California, after he was experiencing stomach pains, nausea and a raised heart rate. However, it seems like the rapper is doing just fine as he is awake and alert and was expected to be released later that same day, the publication revealed.

Of course, French’s fans couldn’t help but show some love for him on social media amid his health scare. One person wrote, “Prayers for @FrenchMontana,” while another echoed, “Prayers up, bro. @FrenchMontana. Praying for a speedy recovery. God got you.” A third person chimed in, writing, “My prayers for French Montana. My man has already been through enough.”

French Montana Wearing a Colored Shirt on a Red Carpet
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The “Unforgettable” crooner just returned from Morocco, Africa — where he was born — not too long ago. On November 15, French uploaded a photo with his father on his birthday. “Best birthday,” he wrote on Instagram at the time. “Saw my moms and pops in Africa!!!” In another snap, French posted a picture with his loved ones. “LIVE FROM AFRICA!! Mission impossible accomplished,” he wrote.

In September, French — who used to date Khloé Kardashian from 2013-2014 — revealed he was releasing his third album called Montana in November. “You don’t have to change who you are. You can bring people into your own world!!” he captioned a photo of his album cover at the time. “THIS IS MY ALBUM ARTWORK … NOVEMBER.”

French will start touring on December 1 in Tampa, Florida, until the end of the month, and then he will take a bit of a break from February to March. He only has three concerts lined up at the moment — one in Paris on February 21, and the last two shows will be in Los Angeles on March 21 and 22.

French Montana in a Leopard Outfit
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We are wishing the California transplant a speedy recovery during this tough time. Hopefully, French will be back on his feet, traveling around the country and meeting his fans very shortly. Stay strong, French!

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