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Monday, 17 October 2016

Toni Braxton Hospitalized for the Second Time in a Month...See What She's Battling With (Photos)

Popular American singer, Toni Braxton was hospitalized for a second time in a month after her battle with lupus flares back up.

Multi-award winning American singer, pianist and actress, Toni Michelle Braxton, was hospitalized for the second time in a month on Saturday in her ongoing battle with lupus, causing her to postpone a show in Cleveland.

The 49-year-old Grammy-winner reportedly performed on Friday in Kansas City before she fell ill and was taken Saturday afternoon to a medical facility in Cleveland.

Below is how TMZ exclusively reported the story;

"Toni Braxton can't catch a break -- she's back in the hospital due to complications from lupus, just as she was getting back on the road.

"Toni was hospitalized Saturday in Cleveland for what she calls a "minor setback.". Her Saturday night concert was postponed, but the swinger's hopeful her illness will not affect the rest of "The Hits" tour.

"The singer seemed to be on the mend, performing in Kansas City Friday night where Birdman made a surprise appearance, but her condition worsened the next day. Toni was just in the hospital earlier this month stemming from her battle with lupus."

She tweted few hours ago and confirmed that she is out of the hospital and ready to hit the stage. Read below;

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