Woman claims singer’s voice gives her seizures

11/13/2014 // West Palm Beach, Florida, US // JusticeNewsFlash // Justice News Flash // (press release)

England – A woman claiming the sound of Ne-Yo’s voice causes her debilitating seizures has reportedly undergone brain surgery to combat the problem. As reported by SWNS.com, the woman, 26-year-old Zoe Fennessy, says that she has been diagnosed with epilepsy and “musicogenic seizures,” after reacting to hearing one of the singer’s hit songs.

Fennessy is quoted as stating of how the issue has impacted her life, “I’ll be walking around the supermarket doing my food shopping and I have to put my earphones in to listen to my own music just in case it comes on.

“It’s the same with most shops. I have to walk in with my ear phones in at first just to make sure they don’t have Ne-Yo on.”

Since her surgery, Fennessy says her epilepsy symptoms have decreased; however, she purportedly still has reactions when she hears a Ne-Yo song.

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