'Wild N' Out' Star Rip Micheals Calls Out Ex-Wife for Leaving Him Amid Heart Attack Recovery

The 'Nick Cannon Presents: Wild 'n Out' star, who was married to Veronica for 2 years, was hospitalized in November 2023 after he suffered a heart attack.

AceShowbiz - Rip Micheals' recent hospitalization has cost him his marriage. The "Nick Cannon Presents: Wild 'n Out" star revealed in a new interview that his wife Veronica left him when he was recovering from heart attack last year.

The 41-year-old shared his story when appearing on the "Way Up With Angela Yee" podcast. "My wife left me while I was in the hospital," he said. "I guess when it says, 'til death do us part,' she's a go-getter."

"She don't like to procrastinate. So she was out," the comedian quipped. "I guess when it said I was in ICU, she was like, 'I see you later.' "

Rip went on to explain the lesson he learned following the ordeal. "You know what it does? It lets you know that certain people can't handle things and certain people are supposed to be with you for certain parts of your life," he shared.

"I realized that it was hard to cope with because, honestly, when I was sitting there and I went from just right regular hospital bed to CCU and had the non-stop doctors about me," the MTV personality further elaborated. "I really thought it was over."

Rip then gave shout-outs to his fans, family and close friends who sent prayers and well wishes that reminded him he had "more of [his] life to live." He also expressed gratiitude that he's got closer to his daughter from a previous relationship after Veronica went away.

In November, Rip informed his onlined devotees that he was hospitalized in New York City as he was struggling to breathe. It prompted the funnyman to cancel his performance at the Apollo Theater.

Extending his apology to his fans who bought the tickets, Rip posted a video on his Instagram page. Lying in hospital bed with a nasal cannula attached to his nose, he said in between his short breaths, "Thank you to everybody who bought tickets. I promise you as soon as I get out of here, we'll have a great show. Thank you for all the support."

In the caption, Rip reiterated, "My deepest apologies to everyone who bought tickets to the live taping at Apollo!" He then explained that his heart "is only functioning at 17 percent" since he suffered a heart attack.

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