Sean Kingston stable after crash

    Sean Kingston is in stable condition after a jet ski accident in Miami on Sunday.

    The "Beautiful Girls" singer was rushed to the hospital after crashing his jet ski into a bridge around 6 p.m. on May 29. Sean and his passenger, Cassandra Sanchez, were plucked from the water by a passing boater.

    Sean was initially listed in critical condition upon arrival at Jackson Memorial Hospital, TMZ reports. "Sean Kingston is now stabilized and has moved from the trauma unit to ICU," his publicist Joseph Carozza said in a statement. "Sean’s family thanks everyone for their prayers and support during this time."

    While Sean is recovering, the singer and his family have received an outpouring of love from other young celebs. reports that Serena Williams visited the singer.

    After checking in on her friend, Serena tweeted, "I am thankful that I have today. Tomorrow is not promised to any of us. I’m gonna make every day the best I can. #loveuSeankingston." Rihanna also took a moment to tweet, "Sean we praying for u baby."

    "Got my friend @seankingston in my prayers tonight. a true friend and big bro," Justin Bieber tweeted before urging his followers to keep his "Eenie Meenie" collaborator on their minds. "Please keep him in your prayers tonight as well."

    Sean’s passenger Cassandra, who was also rushed to the hospital, said that doctors plan to keep Sean for a few more weeks. "They have a tube down his throat so he can’t really talk," she updated, "but he is lucid and understands what’s going on."

    Cassandra told that she left the accident in much better condition than Sean did. She said her ribs and jaw are still sore, but she recalled, "[Sean] was coughing up blood, foam and pink stuff." When he was able to speak, she said all he could say was, "I’m hurting. I’m hurting."

    There’s no word on what caused the accident, but authorities have said that it was not alcohol related.



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