Wayne suffered two minor seizures on Monday

By Karen Mizoguchi
Updated June 15, 2016 08:55 PM
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Lil Wayne made his return to the stage just two days after his two minor seizures.

The 33-year-old rapper appeared at the E3 Expo 2016 on Wednesday, and put on a surprise performance at the Samsung booth inside the Los Angeles Convention Center.

Wayne, who donned a bright yellow hat, gray shorts, sweatshirt and sunglasses, performed snippets of 15 songs including “A Milli,” I’m Going In,” “Lollipop,” and “Truffle Butter,” to promote his mobile skateboarding game Sqvad Up.

“He seemed like he was in great spirits, laughing and joking around with his skateboard friends,” a source tells PEOPLE. “Definitely couldn’t tell he just got out of the hospital.”

On Monday afternoon, Wayne’s private plane was forced to make two emergency landings after the rapper suffered multiple seizures mid-flight, his rep confirmed to PEOPLE.

“thanx for all the prayers!! I love y’all,” the Young Money Entertainment founder tweeted the following day.

Wayne was reportedly flying from Milwaukee to California when the first seizure happened. He reportedly blacked out as the pilot performed the emergency landing in Omaha, Nebraska.

“He did experience two minor seizures yesterday. Under the guidance of his doctors, he is now in stable condition and good spirits,” the rapper’s rep told PEOPLE.

Reporting by HANNAH KAVY