Within the last week, Rick Ross experienced two seizures but he hasn't let serious health problems such as that slow him down.

The Miami native showed face at the opening of a Memphis, Tenn. Wingstop -- one of the few chains he now owns -- on Sunday (Oct. 16). Ross, who just two days prior had two in-flight seizures that required emergency landings to occur, posed for a photo in front of the chicken restaurant, alongside his manager Gucci Pucci and DJ Khaled, fountain drinks in hand. While the rap star had a beverage in his right hand, his left was supported by a sling.

"My brother ROZAY!!IS GOOD!!! @rickyrozay @Iamguccipucci #powercircle," Khaled tweeted Sunday.

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The Maybach Music Group boss, who drops his fifth studio album, 'God Forgives, I Don't' Dec. 13, was released from a hospital following his medical scares. On Friday (Oct. 14), TMZ spread word of the '9 Piece' rhymer needing CPR on a flight from Ft. Lauderdale to Memphis after his first seizure. Worried fans and friends were calmed when Ross tweeted a video from a private jet, showing he was conscious and business-minded, reminding viewers to pick up his new singles 'I Love My Bitches' and 'You the Boss.'

However, the year-old shades-wearing MC was the victim of another seizure several hours later, which caused the pilot to make an emergency landing in Birmingham, Ala., where he headed to a hospital.