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Outlawz Member EDI Mean Suffers Massive Heart Attack

Legendary Outlawz Member, EDI Mean, suffers massive heart attack after a gym workout.

EDI Mean, who is known for recording platinum records alongside childhood friend Tupac Shakur, is grateful to be alive. The rapper/author/podcast host, suffered what he called a massive heart attack after leaving the gym on Monday (June 3).

“My old way of life caught up with me yesterday and even though I’ve come a long way I still got some more work to do. I had a massive heart attack yesterday leaving the gym,” wrote EDI in the caption along with a photo of himself on the hospital bed.

EDI Mean recovering after suffering a heart attack (Instagram @edidono4l)
EDI Mean recovering after suffering a heart attack (Instagram @edidono4l)

“Ironically the doctors said it would have been a wrap for me but the lifestyle changes I made in 2020 are the reason I’m still here,” he added. The legendary rapper who appeared on Tupac’s classic Hit ‘Em Up record, is referring to his weight lost diet which transformed his life dramatically.

Throughout his weight loss journey, EDI transformation has been seen via his social media accounts. As seen below, the Outlawz member’s weight loss is inspiring. EDI’s weight issues lasted for over decades and was pointed out by his fellow Outlawz members hoping the New York born rapper would change his ways. (Watch: Tupac and Kadafi Clown EDI, Outlawz Get Into It Over French Fries)

EDI would go on to thank his girlfriend and hospital staff for saving his life, “This is not a sympathy post btw. I always laughed at people who go to the gram w personal s***. No this is a gratitude post. One super thankful to still be here, second @missreyes777 thank you for saving my life along with the great staff at this hospital. Close call y’all!”

EDI’s heart attack comes nearly three years after Outlawz Member, Young Noble, also suffered and thankful survived his own heart attack. (View: Young Noble Of The Outlawz Survives A Heart Attack)


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