AceShowbiz - French Montana is out of the hospital, two weeks after he was admitted due to cardiac issues. Sources close to the 35-year-old rapper say he was released from West Hills Hospital in the San Fernando Valley earlier this week.
He, however, has a long road to recovery. According to TMZ, doctors have ordered the Moroccan-American star to stay in bed for another month. This means he is prohibited from working, traveling, exercising, performing or partying for the next 30 days.
French just released his new album "Montana" on Friday, December 6 and it's suffice to say that this is not the most ideal situation business-wise since he won't be able to actively promote his new album in the foreseeable future.
French was rushed to the hospital on November 21 and placed in the ICU after suffering symptoms that included intense stomach pains, dehydration and exhaustion. He also had an elevated heart rate. Doctors believe that his various symptoms were the result of seriously overworking himself.
The "Unforgettable" hitmaker shared an update on his condition on November 25, posting on Twitter, "Six days in icu," and added a praying emoji. He also posted a video from his hospital bed.
On Thursday, November 28, he celebrated being discharged from ICU by sharing a new photo from the hospital. "Thank you Everyone for all of the prayers, love and support. I'm finally out of ICU and am getting better one day at a time !!!#" he wrote along with a picture of him taking off his hospital garb.
Three days ago, on Tuesday, December 3, he shared his excitement about the release of his new album as he shared a picture of him doing a push-up in the hospital. "CANT KEEP ME DOWN !!" he captioned it. "Been workin hard on my new album and I'm so proud to announce it's coming THIS FRIDAY !!! #MONTANA The music is keepin my spirit alive THANK YOU to my fans, love y'all for ridin with me thru this journey."