Just a day after news of the death of legendary singer Tina Turner hit the world, her spokesperson announced that the singer died of natural causes. The music icon died on May 24 at his home in Switzerland, aged 83. As is known, the singer has been struggling with health problems for a long time, the details of which are unknown.
Just one day after the music icon’s death Tina Turner her spokesperson announced that the 83-year-old woman died of natural causes. For several years, the singer lived with her husband in the town of Küsnacht in Switzerland, where they have a mansion worth 71 million euros. It has been known to the public for some time that the singer has health problems, among which were kidney problems.
“It is with great sadness that we announce the death of Tina Turner. With her music and boundless passion for life, she captivated millions of fans around the world and inspired the stars of the future. Today we say goodbye to a dear friend who leaves us all with her greatest work: her music. Our condolences to the family. Tina, you will be greatly missed.” is in the statement at the time of her death on Instagram announced the spokesperson.
Although the news of her death shook the music world in particular, the queen of rock and roll revealed that she was in grave danger due to kidney disease just two months before her death: “My kidneys are a victim of not realizing that I should treat my high blood pressure with conventional medicine,” she wrote on March 9 Instagram. “Because of this, I put myself in great danger, which I refused daily to need daily treatment with drugs. For too long I believed that my body was untouchable and indestructible,” she added.
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She also revealed in a documentary titled, that she has a series of physical and mental health problems Tina, which was released two years ago. She told the public that she has been diagnosed with a form of post-traumatic stress disorder, which is the result of long-term abuse by her ex-husband and music partner Ike Turner. “I’ve had a violent life, there’s no other way to tell the story. It’s reality. It’s the truth. It’s what you got, so you have to accept it,” the star said at the time.
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She admitted that she also tried to escape Iku by taking an overdose of sleeping pills in 1968. She suffered a stroke in 2013, which happened just three months after marrying her second husband Erwin Bach. In 2016, her battle with colon cancer began, followed by kidney failure in 2017.