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Lil Wayne's flight was forced to make a two emergency landings after he suffered multiple seizures in midair on Monday.

TMZ is reporting that Wayne was flying from Milwaukee, Wisconsin to California on a private jet when he had his first medical episode. He was blacked out when the pilot touched down in Omaha, Neb. in the afternoon.

Paramedics rushed to the airstrip where the plane touched down, where Wayne was awake and alert. There, he is said to have refused medical treatment and got back on the plane.

However, after his plane took off and was in the air for just a few minutes, a second seizure struck and the plane was again forced to land in Omaha.

The celebrity website said Wayne lost consciousness this time, as well, and paramedics boarded the plane to treat him. He was later take via ambulance to an area hospital.

The rapper has had a long history of seizures and has been candid about them. In 2012, his jet made emergency landings two days in a row. The next year he nearly died from a seizure.

In 2013 he opened about his seizures to MTV, saying that they strike at any given moment.

"No warning, no nothing, I don't feel sick. I get headaches real bad. And the headaches? I didn't get no headaches or nothing," he said.

He never really has a memory of the seizures either. His family usually fills him in afterward.

"I told them the other day, 'Y'all can tell me right now that y'all was lying, like, 'You know what? We lyin' ain't nothin,' and I'd have to believe them because I don't know," he said. "I go to sleep and wake up in the hospital. I don't feel anything. I just hope it stops happening."

That same year he told Jimmy Kimmel that his near-fatal seizure "was serious because I was upstairs and my homies were downstairs, and they didn't even know that I was up there seizing."

"One of them just was like, he hasn't come down in a minute," he said, later adding, "It's just a private matter that I've been dealing with my whole life. We're so used to it happening, so my doctors prepped all my homies."