After recently making headlines for his ongoing divorce battle, Dr. Dre, age 55, is in the news again. The hip-hop artist and producer was hospitalized January 4 for a brain aneurysm, reports NBC News.

A brain aneurysm is a bulge, or ballooning, in a blood vessel in the brain that can leak or rupture, leading to bleeding in the brain, better known as a hemorrhagic stroke.

Symptoms of a ruptured aneurysm include sudden, extreme headache, nausea, vomiting, stiff neck, seizure and confusion. But most aneurysms don’t rupture or cause health problems.

It’s unknown whether Dre’s brain aneurysm did, in fact, rupture. However, the entertainer is currently being treated at Cedars Sinai Medical Center in Los Angeles. He sent his fans the following message on Instagram.

“Thanks to my family, friends, and fans for their interest and well wishes,” he wrote on January 5. “I’m doing great and getting excellent care from my medical team. I will be out of the hospital and back home soon. Shout out to all the great medical professionals at Cedars. One Love!!”

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Individuals hospitalized with a suspected ruptured brain aneurysm are placed in intensive care, where diagnostic tests are administered to determine the source of the bleeding. Treatments include the administration of pain and anticonvulsant medications. In addition, doctors can choose to repair the bleeding aneurysm and closely monitor patients to manage and prevent complications. If surgery is deemed necessary, a number of methods can be used to divert blood flow away from the aneurysm.

Dre has received love and well wishes from such friends and colleagues as Ice Cube, Snoop Dogg and LeBron James. “Send love and your prayers to the homie Dr. Dre,” tweeted Ice Cube, who, along with Dre, was a member of the rap group N.W.A.

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For related coverage, “Smoking Leads to Greater Risk of Aneurysms in Middle-Aged Women.”