Sha GZ is a rapper based in New York.
He has released several songs and music videos, including GLAHH GLAHH with Tay Breesh. He has also collaborated with other artists, such as Kayflock.
On July 31, 2023, Sha GZ suffered a seizure in the middle of a show.
A video of the incident was shared online, sparking concern among his fans.
Sha GZ has a presence on social media platforms such as TikTok and Instagram.
He has also been featured in YouTube videos, including one where he collaborated with a YouTuber to diss other rappers.
Sha GZ seizure video
The rapper from the Bronx, suffered a seizure during a show on July 31, 2023.
Video footage of the incident has been shared online, sparking concern among his fans.
In the video, Sha GZ is seen dancing, singing, and rapping to his tunes before falling to the floor and suffering a seizure.
The footage shows him displaying seizure-like symptoms before being carried out of the venue on a stretcher.
The incident occurred during a show with Sweepers, and fellow rapper Jstar Balla reacted to the news on social media.
Video of the incident has been shared on various platforms, including YouTube and Instagram.
The video footage of Sha GZ’s seizure has sparked concern among his fans, who have taken to social media to express their support and well wishes.
As of now, there is no official statement from Sha GZ or his team regarding his condition or the incident.
NYC drill rapper Sha GZ had a seizure while performing live pic.twitter.com/2OfziWuqOw
— B 🇮🇹🇿🇦 (@treyxA11) August 1, 2023
Common causes of seizures
A seizure is a sudden, uncontrolled burst of electrical activity in the brain that can cause changes in behavior, movements, feelings and levels of consciousness.
Seizures can be classified as partial or generalized, and they can be provoked or unprovoked.
The most common cause of seizures is epilepsy, which is a brain disorder that causes recurring seizures.
However, not every person who has a seizure has epilepsy.
Sometimes seizures may be caused or triggered by other factors, such as high fever, infection of the brain and severe general illness.
It can also be caused by lack of sleep, low blood sodium, certain medicines, a new, active brain injury and the use of legal or illegal drugs.
Seizures in children and adolescents can be caused by epilepsy, high fever (febrile seizures), head injuries, infections, metabolic, neurodevelopmental, and cardiovascular conditions.
In older people, the most common cause of seizures and epilepsy is stroke, followed by degenerative conditions such as Alzheimer’s disease.
Notably, it is important to note that about half of people with epilepsy have no apparent cause for their seizures.
If you experience a seizure, it is important to seek medical attention to determine the underlying cause and receive appropriate treatment.
Keeping a record of the time, type, and duration of each seizure, as well as any potential triggers, can be helpful in managing seizures and identifying patterns.