“I’m good, man. I’m good. Nothing has really changed,” Ross, 42, told Us Weekly when the site asked about his health.
In March, emergency crews flocked to the rapper’s Miami home after he was found breathing heavily, unresponsive and “slobbing from the mouth.”
He was subsequently hospitalized, treated and released just a few days later. He didn’t disclose the exact cause of his hospitalization.
The “Purple Lamborghini” rapper also suffered seizures on two separate flights in 2011.
“It’s about being my best self and focusing on the music,” he added. “I’m enjoying life and living life to the fullest.”
Despite the obvious concerns about his heath, Ross is preparing to release new music and a line of grooming products called Rich.