It’s not an unheard-of thing, either. Heavy D, born Dwight Arrington Myers, already had a heart condition and suffered from longstanding weight issues, making him more susceptible to such an ailment, and the deep leg vein thrombosis became much worse as a piece of the clot traveled to his lung, killing him. Doctors say that the best way to avoid such an ailment on a long flight or train ride is to get up and move around a little bit — which is at times easier said than done, even on a flight like the one Heavy D took.
21:55 // 2 years ago
Which leads to the obvious question: Should we buy it from the people liquidating it? Does “Young Buck” sound like a great name for a news blog?
22:36 // 2 years ago
Looks like the TMZ article reports that he’s recovered, however, according to his DC-bred protege Wale.
13:56 // 2 years ago