Sean Paul's music receives all different types of reactions from listeners. For one Queens, New York resident, that reaction was a seizure.
According to New York's Daily News, certain songs became a literal health hazard to Stacey Gayle and she underwent surgery to put an end to it.
Gayle, 25, suffers from epilepsy and even while on medication, for four years she still suffered from sporadic seizures.
In 2006, she realized that music, specifically Sean Paul's song "Temperature," could trigger her attacks.
As Gayle would come to find out, other popular tracks like Sean Kingston's "Beautiful Girls" and Rihanna's "Umbrella" were also to blame. As a result of the musically triggered seizures, Gayle was forced to drop out of school, quit her job as a bank customer service rep and no longer go to church - where she was a member of the choir. [source]