Lil Wayne hopes for a cure for his seizures
Recording artist Lil Wayne meets fans and celebrates his contemporary street wear apparel brand TRUKFIT at his hometown Macy's, in New Orleans in this photo taken Feb. 1, 2013. ( AP / Invision / Jordan Strauss )
Published Wednesday, May 8, 2013 9:20PM EDT
Lil Wayne hopes there is a cure for his seizures.
The 'Lollipop' rapper - who suffered another attack last week and was hospitalized in March - admits there is no way for him to predict when his epilepsy will strike and he has no memory of any of the attacks.
The 30-year-old Grammy Award winner told MTV's 'RapFix Live' on Wednesday: "I go to sleep and wake up in the hospital. I don't feel anything.
"[There's] no warning, no nothing. I don't feel sick."
The rapper revealed he gets "real bad" headaches but never in the moments before he has a seizure.
He added: "I just hope it stops happening."
He previously opened up about his condition after spending six days in intensive care in March.
He said: "[I'm] prone to seizures. This isn't my first, second, third, fourth, fifth, sixth, seventh seizure. I've had a bunch of seizures, ya'll just never hear about them.
"But this time it got real bad 'cause I had three of them in a row and on the third one, my heart rate went down to like 30 per cent. Basically, I could've died."
The father-of-four made his first public appearance after being released from hospital in early April in Miami to promote his new album 'I Am Not A Human Being II.’