Tina Turners Cause Of Death, Explained

Legendary rock and roll musician Tina Turner has passed away at the age of 83 after a long battle with illness. Her spokesperson confirmed the news of her peaceful passing at her home in Kusnacht near Zurich, Switzerland, stating that the world had lost a music legend and a role model.

Tina Turner, widely recognized as the “Queen of Rock ‘n’ Roll,” sold over 100 million albums during her illustrious career, shaping the music landscape and captivating audiences with her powerful voice and captivating performances. Her impact on the genre remained profound, with her songs continuing to resonate even more than two decades after her retirement.

Born in the US, Turner began her music career in the mid-1950s, and her dynamic on-stage presence and energetic performances quickly earned her international acclaim. She is considered one of the greatest rock singers of all time, with her influence felt by multiple generations of musicians and fans alike.

Despite her illustrious career, Turner retired from the music industry in 2000 after five decades, stating in a 2019 interview with the New York Times that she was “just tired of singing and making everybody happy.” She made a brief return to perform alongside Beyonce at the Grammy Awards in 2008, marking the 50th anniversary of her on-stage debut, but she did not return to the stage after that performance.

In the later years of her life, Turner battled health issues. In 2016, she was diagnosed with intestinal cancer, and a year later, she received a kidney transplant. Her long and challenging health journey was confirmed by her spokesperson to be the cause of her death.

Tina Turner’s death marks the end of an era in the music industry. Her enduring legacy, marked by her timeless music and indomitable spirit, will continue to inspire and influence future generations of musicians and music lovers worldwide.