Professor Green ‘stronger than ever’ after suffering seizure

British rapper Professor Green is well on the road to recovery after suffering a seizure and fracturing his neck earlier this year (19).
The musician, real name Stephen Manderson, was forced to cancel his tour in February when he incurred the injury, but told Britain’s Daily Mirror newspaper he’s the “strongest I’ve ever been in my life” as he recovers from the incident.
“I’ve got more mobility in my head and neck now than I had before, I’m the strongest I’ve ever been in my life, from going and training and getting back into it as soon as I could,” the Just Be Good to Green star shared.
“I had two days, when I got out of hospital, of feeling a bit sorry for myself and I gave myself a little slap on my face, got up, took the dog out, went home, got back in the studio and (started) creating music again. And the music I’m creating now, I wouldn’t have made otherwise.”
The lead single from his M.O.T.H. EP, Got It All ft. Alice Chater, dropped on Friday (06Sep19). To celebrate the release he hosted a launch party at The Court in London on Thursday night, where he performed the track alongside some of his classic hits. Guests in attendance included Game of Thrones stars Raleigh Ritchie and Joe Dempsie, and presenter Laura Whitmore.
The Read All About It hitmaker also admitted he was devastated when he had to cancel his tour earlier this year, but said there was nothing he could do, adding: “I had no choice, I had a seizure and fractured my neck.
“Someone explained there’s no difference between a fracture and a break – I did break my neck, which is pretty scary,” the star, 35, continued. “(But) I’m feeling great and I’m going at it in the gym and in all aspects of life, in the studio. I’m so happy, man.”