Tina Turner’s cause of death has been confirmed the day after the star passed away.
The music legend died “peacefully” at her home in Kusnacht near Zurich in Switzerland on Wednesday 24 March. The 83-year-old had been battling high blood pressure and kidney failure behind the scenes.
And now, a representative has confirmed that she died of natural causes, according to the Daily Mail. It follows reports that Tina was so ill that she had considered ending her own life until her husband donated a kidney so she could have a transplant in 2017.
The star opened up about her health struggle with the “silent killer” of kidney disease before her death.
Husband Erwin Bach donated his wife a kidney, however, it was too late and Tina spent her last months feeling “nauseous and dizzy” as she was on “multiple prescriptions”‘ and “was scared a lot” reports the Mirror.
In her final months, Tina revealed that she had refused to take conventional medicine for her hypertension and put herself “at great danger” by turning to homeopathic cures.
“I considered my body an invulnerable and indestructible bastion for way too long,” she told Show your Kidneys Love.
The The Best singer suffered from hypertension…