Half of ‘Diamond and Silk’ Diamond’s Cause of Death
The Diamond and Silk duo, who have been some of Trump’s most vocal supporters since his 2016 campaign for president, Diamond’s cause of death has been revealed after she passed away on Monday (January 9, 2023) at the age of 51.
May she rest in peace; we send our deepest sympathies to her loved ones, her family, friends, and fans during this heartbreaking time.
The former president, Donald Trump, and the duo’s verified Twitter account confirmed the tragic death news on Monday night, announcing that the beloved star had taken her last breath.
Both ladies, sisters whose names are Lynette Hardaway and Rochelle Richardson, respectively, were born in 1971, with Diamond making her debut on Thanksgiving Day, based on their 2020 book, “Uprising.”
Describing Diamond’s death as “really bad news for Republicans,” ex-President Trump stated on his Truth Social platform, “Our beautiful Diamond of Diamond and Silk has just passed away at her home in the state she loved so much, North Carolina.”
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There are many rumors about Diamond’s cause of death at this time, however, some claim she lost her life because of an illness.
Our team does not confirm any rumors about the news, though you can be sure that we are attempting our best to find related information about the tragedy and provide the latest updates as soon as possible; but, do not forget that family privacy should be respected.
Trump said, “Diamond’s death was totally unexpected.” The pair’s verified Twitter account said, “The World just lost a True Angel and Warrior Patriot for Freedom, Love, and Humanity!”
It requested that any donations be made to a memorial fundraiser page on a crowdfunding website. In late November, the Diamond and Silk Twitter account made a plea for prayers for Diamond. It was not obvious exactly why. “Anyone who believes in the power of prayer please pray for Diamond,” it added.
The autobiographical “Uprising” says the sisters grew up “poor,” but not without class, taste, and an anchor in a parcel of the fertile land of the Deep South, where their father’s dad and grandfather were landowning farmers.
The two women made a splash during Trump’s 2016 campaign for president, supporting him with commentary on their YouTube channel. The duo has said they switched parties after being lifelong Democrats just to support Trump following his 2015 presidential campaign announcement.
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