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Shock­ing sur­veil­lance footage ap­peared on­line on Satur­day of the for­mer ‘Voice’ coach tak­ing a call in the record­ing stu­dio be­fore his de­vice blew up, knock­ing him off his chair and onto the floor, spark­ing con­cern from fans. How­ever, the ‘Crazy’ hit­maker has now ad­mit­ted all was not as it seemed and he is “up­set” that his sup­port­ers have been “emo­tional dis­turbed” by footage for his new mu­si­cal project. He said in a Face­book Live broad­cast: “Hey y’all, lis­ten. I just want to let ev­ery­body know that I am alive and I am well and I’m OK. “Truth­fully, I’m re­ally up­set that any­body had to be emo­tion­ally dis­turbed by what they saw to­day. “Ac­tu­ally what you saw to­day was a clip from a smaller video that we were shoot­ing for a new project that I’m do­ing called Gnarly Davidson. It’s sup­posed to set up and in­tro­duce the new char­ac­ter iden­tity. “I’m still go­ing to re­lease the mu­sic, but first and fore­most to ev­ery­body that love me and care about me, I just wanted to let you know that I’m OK... I just want to thank ev­ery­body for their love and sup­port and con­cern.” Among those who had been left up­set by the 42-year-old star’s ap­par­ent ac­ci­dent was ‘Post To Be’ hit maker Omar­ion. He had tweeted: “@CeeLoGreen Sooo manyyyy prayers & light to you brother !!!! I [pray] your hear­ing is ok!!! (sic)”

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