Tina Turner’s cause of death revealed
Rock legend Tina Turner’s cause of death was quickly revealed only a day after her passing, according to a report.
The ‘What’s Love Got to Do With It’ singer is believed to have died of natural causes due to a number of ailments she had struggled with for years, according to the Daily Mail.
Its representatives confirmed the Mail report, adding that “With her, the world loses a music legend and a role model.”
Turner died peacefully on May 24 at her home in Küsnach, a town near Zurich, Switzerland, where she was granted citizenship in 2013. That same year, she renounced her US citizenship and now calls Switzerland home. .
The 83-year-old ‘rock-n-roll queen’ suffered from bowel cancer after being diagnosed with the disease in 2016, but also suffered from high blood pressure for more than forty years, reports the log. Her high blood pressure issues damaged her kidneys and caused her to fail requiring a transplant in 2017. She also told fans in one of her books that she suffered a stroke in 2013.
Her health issues were so troublesome to her that she once considered assisted suicide and even joined a group to explore the option, but was convinced by her husband, Erwin Bach, to have a kidney transplant instead. . Bach also donated one of his kidneys to him for the operation.
RIP my dear @Tina Turner I will be forever grateful to you for taking me on tour, for going to the studio together, and most importantly, for being your friend. Thank you for being the inspiration for millions of people around the world to speak your truth and give us the gift of your… pic.twitter.com/KfD83r86rv
— Bryan Adams (@bryanadams) May 25, 2023
As Breitbart News reported on the day of her death, Turner, born Anna Mae Bullock in Nutbush, Tennessee, rose to fame in the 1960s as one half of Ike & Tina, and overcame an abusive marriage to become the queen of rock’n roll. . Turner embodied survivalism and artistic integrity in a way unmatched in the music industry.
Turner had many hits spanning several decades, from “Proud Mary” in the 60s, to “What’s Love Got to Do With It” in the 1980s, to “We Don’t Need Another Hero” that same decade. , to “(Simply the Best.” She also had wildly popular tunes in “Private Dancer”, “It’s Only Love”, and “I Don’t Wanna Fight”.
In addition to the chart-topping successes, Turner was an actress, starring in films such as Mad Max: Beyond Thunderdome, Last Action Hero, Tommy, and the TV series Ally McBeal.
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