In the developing Lil Wayne hospitalization story, Young Money Records President Mack Maine admitted today (March 18) that it is indeed unclear if the rapper sent out the Friday health status tweet.

In the moments following TMZ’s initial report of Lil Wayne’s second seizure hospitalization, Mack Maine and Birdman both refuted information in the reports, including that Wayne was in a coma and on assisted breathing. Moments following that update, Lil Wayne’s @LilTunechi Twitter account notified fans that reports were misleading. “I’m good everybody,” allegedly said the Young Money founder and star.

“That [Friday] tweet wasn’t sent out on that same phone line,” Mack Maine told today. “I’m not sure if he tweeted that or not. I wasn’t with him at the present moment. One of his fans could have tweeted that, I’m not really sure where that came from.”

The revelation came just hours after questions arose on latitude and longitude coordinates from Wayne’s March 15 tweet. A Tech source pointed out that the status update could not have come from Cedars-Sinai Medical Center in Beverly Hills, California, where Lil Wayne has been housed for over four days.

The report also obtained information from Mack regarding Wayne’s current health status, including a move from the Intensive Care Unit at the hospital. Read the full story at XXL.

UPDATE: Hours after’s report, Mack Maine has updated the Lil Wayne story, and refuted earlier information. 

In the latest development in Lil Wayne’s ongoing seizure hospitalization, it appears as though the Cash Money Records star has been released from Cedars-Sinai Medical Center after being cleared by doctors. This evening (March 18), Young Money Records President Mack Maine has tweeted that Lil Wayne “has been officially released.”

Additionally, Mack Maine claims he never spoke with XXL regarding Lil Wayne’s health.

XXL has yet to release a statement regarding their report. Mack Maine will reportedly be a guest this Wednesday (March 20) on MTV News’ RapFix Live webstream.

HipHopDX will keep you updated.

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