Toni Braxton is at home and resting after spending several days in a Los Angeles hospital.
The "Un-break My Heart" singer was undergoing treatment for her lupus, a rep for Braxton told ET on Monday, adding, "She is fine… she has been released and starts rehearsals for her upcoming tour this week."
Initial reports said that Braxton had been hospitalized in serious condition, however her rep denies these claims, explaining, "She was not in serious condition, though lupus is a serious disease and must be monitored at all times."
The singer’s sister, Towanda Braxton, took to Twitter on Monday to assure fans that everything is alright, tweeting, "Thanks everyone for your concern, Toni is home safe & sound! She is currently home resting and getting ready for #TheHitsTour."
Thanks everyone for your concern, Toni is home safe & sound! She is currently home resting and getting ready for #TheHitsTour ❤️— towanda braxton (@towandabraxton) October 3, 2016
This is not the first time Braxton has been hospitalized while struggling with lupus. The 48-year-old GRAMMY winner was admitted twice in 2012 for "health issues related to lupus & blood clots," the singer told fans on Twitter.
Braxton first revealed her ongoing battle with the autoimmune disease to ET back in April 2011. "I have good days and bad days," she explained. "If you ever see me a little chunky it's because of all the steroids, all the shots and things and my medications. But today's a great day. I'm a little thinner today… so I feel really good."