Lil Xan was taken to the hospital on Tuesday for eating an abundance of Flamin' Hot Cheetos. According to the rapper, indulging in the spicy snack prompted a host of stomach issues which later required medical assistance.

After posting an image of himself in the back of an ambulance, Lil Xan took to Instagram Live to explain his hospital visit. “Yeah, I went to the hospital today,” Xan confirmed. “I just want to let everybody know that I was in the hospital, not due to any drugs, but I guess I ate too many hot Cheetos and it ripped something in my stomach open a little bit and I puked a little blood. So we good.”

Despite his hospitalization, the rapper appeared to be in good spirits, going on to promote his upcoming 'Lil Xanarchy' tour which is scheduled to start in New York City on Wednesday, September 26.

"Thank you to everyone who still supports me after all the crazy shit thats been going on in my life," he later wrote.

In other news, Lil Wayne announces 'Tha Carter V' release date. 

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