The reunion tour and possible new album of legendary Houston rap group The Geto Boys is on hold indefinitely as one of it’s members recuperates after a sudden trip to the hospital.
A rep for the group confirmed to Billboard magazine that Brad “Scarface” Jordan was taken to the hospital shortly after the group had finished a recent show in Albuquerque, New Mexico. Though those close to the situation are keeping pretty tight-lipped about the matter, some are speculating that ‘Face’s health issues may stem from him being diagnosed with high blood pressure back in 2002.
Group member Willie D addressed fans on Face’s condition via their Kickstarter page:
“I am not at liberty to speak on his condition, and wouldn’t even if I was, as it is a private matter, but I will say that he is in good spirits, and sends his love to all who have supported him throughout his career, and personal life. Although I’m his bandmate, I’m also a Scarface fan, so I know it’s hard for you guys not having details, but I will try to keep you updated as much as I can without invading his privacy. Thanks and say a prayer for my homey!”
The Geto Boys are currently attempting to crowdfund their next album titled Habeas Corpus. So far the group has secured about $32,000 of their goal of $100,000.
The campaign comes to an end on July 15.