Singer and songwriter Spice's booking agent Ray Alexander recently confirmed that she did not suffer a heart attack, nor is she in a medically induced coma.
The rumors reportedly spread through a report which stated that the singer was suffering complications from a cosmetic medical procedure. The rumors ignited when, on a Facebook Live session, Minister Marion Hall requested Spice's fans to pray for her.
“God of Glory, I place Grace Hamilton at your feet. We had a lot of stuff – some accusations of me doing evil – but God, today I understand this word you have given me. I am not bitter, God.”
“You took away my bitterness… yes, there are times I cry over accusations…but I pray that you will not just revive her, but also strengthen her.”
Hall mentioned that she never did anything wrong to the singer and loved her with a pure and loving heart.
Spice is not in a medically induced coma
Spice was reported to have suffered a heart attack and was placed in a medically induced coma. Her booking agent Ray Alexander spoke to Observer Online and stated,
“Those are all lies. Spice hasn’t had a heart attack, and she isn’t in a coma. The rumors were caused by people not knowing where she was and because she hasn’t posted on IG since October.”
Meanwhile, Ray refused to comment on the artist's health condition. The artist, also known as Grace Latoya Hamilton, announced last month that she would stay away from social media for some time. This is believed to have increased fans' concern about the singer's health.
In November 2020, Hamilton posted a picture of her body on social media. Later, in February 2021, she spoke about the journey as well as the side effects of liposuction.
She also posted a picture in a medical gown with artist and producer Demarco, who was wearing a doctor's outfit and drawing on the former's arm. The caption stated that she would never get another liposuction and that she cannot bandage up herself since she is claustrophobic.
More about Spice
Spice is widely known as the Queen of Dancehall. She started her career in the early 2000s and gained recognition for her controversial song, Romping Shop, in 2009. She then joined VP Records and released her first EP, So Mi Like It, in 2014.
The now 40-year-old joined the seventh season of the reality television series Love & Hip Hop: Atlanta. Her first full-length project was a mixtape titled Captured, released in 2018.
Her first album, 10, was released in 2021, and she then left VP Records. Her second album, Emancipated, was released in August 2022.