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What Happened To Eddie Levert? Health Update And Death Hoax

Viewers were worried about the lead singer of the O’Jays’ health following Eddie Levert’s death hoax on many websites. Edward Willis Levert, better known by his stage name Eddie Levert, is an American musician best known as the lead vocalist of The O’Jays. The O’Jays signed with Philadelphia International Recordings in 1969 and started releasing records under the new label. Later, his band signed with EMI-Manhattan Records, and he, Levert, and Williams began co-writing and producing their songs. Eddie Levert is a solo musician who performs and tours with The O’Jays.

His band, The O’Jays, received the BET ‘Lifetime Achievement Award.’ Eddie Levert was presented with the Heroes and Legends Pacesetter Award as well as the “Trumpet Lifetime Achievement Award” on January 29, 2011. Throughout Eddie’s career, his band recorded 10 Gold albums, nine of which went Platinum, and ten No. 1 singles.

Eddie Levert Death Rumors

Rumors about the singer’s apparent demise gathered steam on Monday, according to Mediamasss, when a ‘R.I.P. Eddie Levert’ Facebook page received over one million likes. Following the false news, his followers quickly began posting sympathy notes on his Facebook page, expressing their regret that the brilliant 80-year-old singer had died.

Eddie Levert

Eddie Levert’s representatives formally verified his death on January 10, 2023. “He joins the lengthy list of celebrities who have been deceived by this fraud. “He’s still alive and well; don’t believe anything you read on the Internet,” they remarked. Eddie is alive and well, living in his golden years with his wife Raquel and daughter Ryan. Eddie’s death, however, has been fabricated by untrustworthy YouTube channels that are fame-obsessed and devoid of faces. When looking for Eddie’s death, one may discover over 10 videos saying that O’Jay’s lead vocalist died for a variety of causes.

Is Eddie Levert in the hospital?

Eddie Levert developed a severe case of Covid while preparing for The Last Stop on The Love Train tour, according to the O’Jay official Facebook page on July 16, 2022. The singer is healing and hopes to be back on the tour soon, but she is currently unable to perform.

According to his Wikipedia page, the Leader had two sons, Gerald Levert (1966-2006) and Sean Levert (1968-2008), both of whom have passed away. Eddie’s son Gerald died in 2006, shortly after returning from a vacation to South Africa with his sons Sean and Gerald, as a result of drug interactions. Eddie’s second son Sean died two years later after being refused prescribed medicine by Ohio government authorities.

Eddie Levert

What Happened To him?

Meanwhile, original co-lead and founding member Mr. Smooth, Walter Williams, Sr., and 30-year veteran Eric Nolan Grant will be playing with The O’Jays band, who were also infected with Covid. Walter Williams Sr., a member of his band, was very sick with COVID and had been hospitalized at a Las Vegas hospital at the start of the epidemic. Sunrise Hospital was completely full. The O’Jays vocalist went into a diabetic coma after contracting COVID-19 around Christmas. The O’Jays will headline an event at Tom Benson Hall of Fame Stadium, hosted by the Hall of Fame Village, as part of their “Last Stop On The Love Train” tour.



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