The cause of his death was not revealed. He did have a liver transplant in May this year.

Read the report from The Rolling Stone.

His most well known song is Walk on the Wild Side. Classic. Love the lyrics too:

And another classic, Perfect Day.

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He emerged from Apollo 11 on July 20, 1969 and became the first man on the moon, followed right after by Buzz Aldrin. As Neil took his first step on the moon’s surface, he famously declared: “one small step for [a] manone giant leap for mankind.”

Now you’ve taken your biggest leap, sir. Rest in Peace.

Links to articles:

Reuters

Los Angeles Times

USA Today

BBC

RIP Donna.

 

“O DEATH, WHERE IS YOUR VICTORY? O DEATH, WHERE IS YOUR STING?”

Michael Jackson – died at 50 in 2009 (massive heart attack)

Marilyn Monroe – died at 36  in 1962 (suicide or overdose)

Elvis Presley – died at 42 in 1977 (overdose or massive heart attack)

John Lennon – died at 40 in 1980 (murdered/shot)

Kurt Cobain – died at 27 in 1994 (suicide)

James Dean – dead at 24 in 1955 (car accident)

Jimi Hendrix – dead at 27 in 1970 (choked on own vomit)

Freddy Mercury – dead at 45 in 1991 ( bronchial pneumonia resulting from AIDS.)

It’s confirmed. This from Xinhua news agency:

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Singapore, Nov. 28 (Xinhua) — Singapore’s Foreign Ministry confirmed on Friday night that the Singaporean woman taken hostage at a luxury Mumbai hotel has been killed.

She is Lo Hwei Yen, a 28-year-old Singaporean lawyer, said Jai Sohan Singh, Director of the Consular Directorate of Singapore’s Foreign Ministry, at a news conference.

Her body was identified by her husband Michael Puhaindran, who had flown out to Mumbai on Thursday night,

Indian authorities had found her body on the 19th floor of the Oberoi Hotel.

She had gone to Mumbai on a business trip on Wednesday morning, but found herself trapped when terrorists overran the hotel.

Singh added there are no more Singaporeans stranded in any of the hotels in Mumbai.

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It’s the new world disorder.
It could have been any one of us.

Sincere condolences and heartfelt prayers to the family.