No news was good news on Tuesday, as "Beautiful Girls" singer Sean Kingston remained in critical, but stable condition at a Miami hospital after crashing his See Doo jet ski into the Palm Island Bridge on Sunday evening. Pal and former tourmate Justin Bieber tweeted his support for his "Eenie Meenie" collaborator and deferred comment about the singer's condition to Kingston's family on Monday, adding, "I will continue to pray and support my friend."
Also sending her support was Rihanna, who wrote, "Sean we praying for u baby."
Nicki Minaj tweeted, "My love & prayers are with Sean Kingston & his family." And rapper LL Cool J wrote, "I hope and pray that Sean Kingston recovers quickly.... #staystrong." Soulja Boy also offered his thoughts, writing, "Praying for my brother @seankingston. I hope he makes a full recovery ... smh it's always something :("
No information has been released about the extent of Kingston's injuries. The 21-year-old was moved from the trauma unit to the intensive care unit on Monday, a day after crashing the personal watercraft and sustaining serious injuries. His unidentified 23-year-old female passenger was also hurt and thrown into the water in the incident. A passing boater saw the crash and pulled the two victims into his boat according to reports. Miami's Local 10 News reported on Monday that police had taken the dark blue and white See Doo into evidence, noting that the steering column and parts of one side appeared to be smashed in from the impact. The cause of the crash remains under investigation, but TMZ reported that the Florida Fish and Wildlife Conservation Commission confirmed that alcohol was not a factor in the crash. The person who fished Kingston and his companion out of the water, Coast Guard member Jonathan Rivera, told TMZ that Kingston was responsive and spoke during his rescue, even as he was vomiting blood.