Spice’s Agent Stated That She Did Not Have A Heart Attack Clamming All The Rumors False


Recently, Ray Alexander, Spice’s booking agent, revealed that the actress did not have a heart attack and is not in a medically induced coma. The news apparently propagated speculations that the singer was having difficulties from a cosmetic surgical operation. The claims began when Minister Marion Hall asked the Dancehall recording artist’s followers to pray for her during a Facebook Live session.

She stated:

“I put Grace Hamilton at your feet, God of Glory.” We spoke about a lot of things, including some charges that I was doing bad, but God, now I comprehend this word you gave me. God, I’m not bitter.”

She went on,

“You took away my resentment… Yes, there are occasions when I weep because of allegations… But I hope you would not only revive but also strengthen her.”

Spice’s physical troubles, according to Hall, would force her to turn to God. She went on to say that she had never done anything wrong to the singer and that she loved her with a pure and loving heart.

Spice is not in a coma that has been medically induced.

Spice was said to have had a heart attack and was put into a medically induced coma. Ray Alexander, her booking agent, told Observer Online,

“They’re all lies.” Spice has not had a heart attack and is not in a coma. The suspicions started since no one knew where she was and she hadn’t posted on Instagram since October.”


Meanwhile, Ray has declined to comment on the artist’s health. The artist, also known as Grace Latoya Hamilton, revealed last month that she would be taking a break from social media. This is said to have heightened fans’ concerns about the singer’s health. Hamilton shared a photo of her new physique on social media in November 2020. She later commented about her experience as well as the adverse effects of liposuction in February 2021.

She also shared a photo of herself in a medical gown with artist and producer Demarco, who was dressed as a doctor and scribbling on the former’s arm. The caption indicated that she will never get another liposuction and that she feels claustrophobic and cannot bandage herself.

All About Spice

Spice is often regarded as the Queen of Dancehall. She began her career in the early 2000s and rose to prominence in 2009 with her controversial song, Romping Shop. She subsequently signed with VP Records, where she released her debut EP, So Mi Like It, in 2014.


The now-40-year-old reality television star appeared in the seventh season of Love & Hip Hop: Atlanta. Her debut full-length record, Captured, was a mixtape published in 2018. Her first album 10, which was released in 2021, led to her departure from VP Records. Emancipated, her second album was released in August 2022.