Just when you thought the world couldn’t be any more bizarre. A story out of the New York Post is reporting that a young woman recently had a tumor removed that was causing her to have seizures whenever she heard Sean Paul’s hit “Temperature.” The reggae tune would trigger seizure like symptoms in the Queens New York woman. Her condition is so rare that she is one out of five people in the world afflicted with musicogenic epilepsy, according to her doctors at Long Island Jewish Hospital. The 24 year old, Stacy Gayle was clueless as to why she was having these bouts.
“As soon as the beat comes on, I don’t know what it is, it just triggers my seizure,” Gayle said.
“It’s like a weird sensation you get, like a tingling in your head. I smelled something funny, a weird smell.”
After locating the part of her brain that was playing host to the irregular activity, doctors went in and removed the tumor. Returned back to normal she can now enjoy all the Sean Paul she can download to her iPod. To read more of this weird story, CLICK HERE.
Editor’s Note: Since when did Sean Paul become a Hip Hop artist? That is how the New York Post portrays him in this article. You mean to tell me they don’t have editors that are capable of fact-checking? Or does the connection to controversy make him eligible to be erroneously referred to as a “rap artist?”