Model Slick Woods Sparks Concern With Photo of Herself After Suffering Another Seizure
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Cynthia Erivo sounds so worried after learning of the Fenty model's seizure, writing in the comment section of her post, 'What do you need? Can I help in anyway?'

AceShowbiz - Slick Woods didn't have the best day on Tuesday, February 18. The model has sparked concern after she revealed on her Instagram account that she just suffered another seizure within a month along with a photo of herself after the health attack.

It's clear as day that Slick was not feeling good just by looking at the photo. Her face appeared to be a little bit swollen as she stared at the camera. "Man another seizure f**k the bulls**t I'm going vegan," so she said in the caption of the post.

Friends and followers quickly jumped to the comment section to send their prayers. Miguel said, "F**k slick, let us know if there's anything you need out here. Literally just started seeing a specialist for new allergic reactions," while Cynthia Erivo sounded so worried, "Babe you ok?! What do you need? Can I help in anyway? Wishing you well love."

Some people agreed and urged her to go vegan immediately. "Please go Vegan beautiful!! You keep risking the poison of deliciousness," one said. Sharing her own experience, another wrote, "Slick... My daughter has seizures we've gone completely Vegan and we've added CBD products. It's really improved her health and everyday quality of life. Take care of you. Be well."

"I would go vegan too girl. At this point why not try everything you can for a better mind, body, soul-especially your health! Rest well and get better soon!" one other echoed. Someone suggested her to take Alkaline Diet and Apricot pits, saying, "Research more holistic ways to raise your body pH to favorable condition!! No chemo!! Love."

This is the second time Slick suffered a seizure within a month. In January, the 23-year-old revealed to her thousands of fans that she had suffered a seizure in the middle of the night and thanked her photographer Chey Allegra for saving her life. "Now that I'm feeling a million times better and walking again thanks [Chey] for saving my life during an unexpected seizure in the middle of the night," she said at the time. "Man there's so many people going through way worse."

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