Wild 'N Out comedian Rip Micheals has revealed that a health scare sent him to the hospital.
On Tuesday (November 14), Micheals shared on Instagram that he had to cancel a recent show because he had a heart attack and was hospitalized.
“I just wanted to let you know that I will not be making it to do the Apollo show. I’m in the hospital, and I’m going to be postponing for a later date," Micheals said in a video.
The comedian assured his followers that he would deliver a "great show" once he's recovered and out of the hospital.
“My deepest apologies to everyone who bought tickets to the live taping at Apollo!” Micheals captioned the video. “My heart since the attack is only functioning at 17 percent & I am currently in CCU with good ppl in heart failure team!”
“I thank each every person for all the prayers & get well wishes & your understanding & my family does too!” he added.
Words of love and support from fans and industry peers filled Micheal's comment section.
“You are a titan and force of nature, always have been, Take all the time you need and Rest strong King. We all collectively send you healing energy and prayers from the highest frequency of our souls. Standing in agreement for your speedy and full recovery my brother. Love you sincerely!” Nick Cannon, host of Wild ‘N Out, wrote.