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    Ty Dolla $ign Has A Speedy Recovery From A Skateboarding Accident

    Like everyday people, celebrities like to indulge in adventurous excursions. Some go kayaking, surfing or even jump out of a plane. It’s great to live life to the fullest. However, our safety always comes first.

    Unfortunately, Ty Dolla $ign’s latest skateboarding stunt resulted in the artist being sent straight to the hospital. Apparently, HipHop’s go-to-feature man has a few things to learn about safety when it comes to using a skateboard. Fortunately, the crooner made a speedy recovery in the end.

    Ty Dolla $ign Details His Skateboarding Accident

    As mentioned before, Ty Dolla $ign suffered a nasty accident this past weekend. On November 26th, the R&B singer was hospitalized on Saturday after he was knocked unconscious in a skateboarding accident. Furthermore, the West Coast crooner took to Instagram and posted a photo of him being hospitalized. The picture shows the singer hooked up to several medical wires and wearing a hospital gown. Pretty sure he gave everyone a scare after his latest accident.

    Big Sean, 2 Chainz, and Jeremiah and others reached out to the rapper, wishing him a safe recovery.

    He Makes A Speedy Recovery

    via Music News

    Thankfully, Ty Dolla $ign found himself on the right side of fate after making a speedy recovery. The R&B singer took to his Instagram stories to assure fans and loved ones that he’s doing just fine.

    Additionally, he thanked his pro skater Dashawn Jordan for transporting him to the emergency room. He also thanked his daughter for staying by his side. “Thanks @dashawnjordan, @bolajibam for holding it down and getting me to the ER . . . and my princess @jailynncrystal for being there with me the whole time I love you so much,” he wrote in the captions. It’s good to see Ty Dolla $ign back on his feet again.

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