Music, News

Founding Member Of 2Pac’s Outlawz Suffers Massive Heart Attack

A founding member of 2Pac affiliates The Outlawz has suffered a massive heart attack. On Sunday (May 23), Young Noble took to Instagram to reveal he was on the road to recovery after the stressful medical emergency.

“Thank you to all my luved ones who been praying for me,” the 43-year-old rapper wrote. “I had 1 of the worst days of my life yesterday I had a serious heart attack but God is too good & the amazing doctors brung me back an they getting me right.”

Young Noble explained he was taking this moment to hit the reset button while he heals.

“I plan to put everything in my life on hold while I recover an get my health all the way right,” he continued. “This will only make me stronger I’m grateful for a second chance an I beg y’all please please please take your health serious all the unhealthy living an stress catches up sooner than later!”

Young Noble has been dealing with health issues since at least last month. On April 30, he shared another Instagram post from a hospital bed and suggested his blood pressure had been high.

“Stayin on top of my doctor visits my blood pressure is goin down for sure I just want to be healthy, strong ,happy & ALIVE,” he said. “Thank you to everyone who been messaging me an checkin on me since I made that post the other day but please don’t worry about me im good & extra blessed an I plan to be around for many moons to come!

“An even then I will still live forever I’m an Outlaw Immortal or maybe y’all forgot! Y’all have a blessed day an please take care of yourselves!!”

Fellow Outlawz EDI Mean has also been paying more attention to his health. In February, EDI Mean showed off his impressive weight loss in an Instagram post as part of “Transformation Thursday.”

The photo provides a side-by-side look at EDI before and after his fitness journey began.

He wrote in the caption, “#transformationthursday Today I reached a major milestone and I gotta share w y’all…. Maybe 10 years ago I played what I thought was my last game of 21 (basketball). I went up for a rebound and my back said nah. I was laid up for two weeks and just figured that part of my life was done.

“Fast forward to [20] 21 and I just played two games with guys mostly 10 plus’s years younger than me…. We went 1-1 btw. I say all that to say, it can be done. P.S. the picture on the my left is me at 300.”