Kurupt was reportedly hospitalized following an alcohol relapse on the set of We TV’s Marriage Boot Camp. According to TMZ, Kurupt missed two days of filming after drinking so much alcohol he felt he had to seek medical treatment.

The West Coast rap vet and the rest of the cast were all drinking on the set of Marriage Boot Camp despite his past struggles with liquor. Before entering the Marriage Bootcamp house, he was reportedly trying to stay sober. However, the house provides a bevy of liquor choices and it was all around him.

Sources claim alcohol will no longer be available on set for the rest of the season. We TV is also considering banning drinks from upcoming seasons.



Filming has been underway for weeks. Kurupt will appear on the show with his estranged wife Jovan “Tookie” Brown.

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Last year, Brown said Kurupt abandoned her following a cancer diagnosis, prompting Brown to seek $14,000 a month in spousal support.



“Our separation definitely hurt, as I could not understand how after 17 years he left me in my time of need when I needed his support and love the most,” she reportedly stated at the time.

“Before [Kurupt] left our relationship, I was diagnosed with terminal cancer. Although I earned a salary prior to separation and [he] knew I needed the money, when I asked [Kurupt] to assist me with my treatment, he responded ‘go get a regular job’ and I should ‘get a boyfriend to help me pay for my treatments.’”

Kurupt denied the allegations and explained Brown received the diagnosis after they were separated in 2010. They will be forced to face their issues on the show.