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Karrueche Tran is reportedly planning to nurse Chris Brown back to good health after he suffered a seizure on Friday, and the singer's ex-girlfriend Rihanna is said to be worried after the incident.
On Aug. 9 Brown, 24, reportedly suffered a non-epileptic seizure (NES) while working at Record Planet studios in Los Angeles. Tran, who is rumored to have reconciled with Brown following his May split from Rihanna, reportedly broke down after hearing about the news particularly because she is currently working out of town.
"She heard about Chris' unfortunate accident this morning and the first thing she did was grab her phone and call to him to make sure he was all right," a source told HollywoodLife.com. "She couldn't believe it, she thought the worst and cried."
Brown, who infamously ended his relationship with Karrueche for Rihanna, both 25, in late 2012, reportedly suffered the seizure due to "intense fatigue" and "extreme emotional stress," according to his rep. The singer is often still bombarded with backlash stemming from his and Rihanna's 2009 domestic assault incident and his rep claims that this type of "non-stop negativity" is to blame for his ill health.
Tran will reportedly tend to Brown's every need upon her return to Los Angeles and the singer is said to be doing much better after the seizure.
"That's her boy and she loves him so much and when he's hurt or sick, she's hurt and sick. Her whole day was off and awkward after she heard what he is going through back home," the insider explained.
"She wants to be with him so badly, to take care of him and feed him and just be there for him but she's working out of town this weekend," the source said, adding "As soon as she's done, she's going home to him."
Rihanna, who was reportedly devastated after her split from the "Fine China" singer, was reportedly also concerned upon hearing the news about Brown's seizure.
"That's heartbreaking and crazy devastating because she doesn't want Chris to be sick, let alone to faint. She was worried at first but after she heard he didn't go to the hospital, she was relieved. That could have been bad news for him," a source said. "She's glad he's doing better and wants him to be all right and take care of himself."