Clark County Coroner John Fudenberg said there is no evidence that King was poisoned.
B.B. King returned to Memphis on Wednesday, the city where he first gained prominence as a disc jockey before embarking on a 69-year career as “King of the Blues.”
“I hope over these next few days we can focus on Mr. King’s musical gifts to the world and not fictional statements made by those seeking attention at the expense of Mr. King.”
Two of B.B. King’s daughters believe their late father’s death was a homicide and allege that his business manager and personal assistant posioned him.
B.B. King’s daughters claim that their father was poisoned by his close aides, a claim an attorney for King’s estate says is “ridiculous.”
“He was a beacon for all of us who love this kind of music.”
Kelly Clarkson, Snoop Dogg, Eric Clapton and more reacted to the news of B.B. King’s death on their social media accounts.
This morning Eric Clapton posted a video on his Facebook page reacting to the news of B.B. King’s death. Blues legend B.B. King died Thursday after a long battle with diabetes. He was 89. King […]
Fans of blues great B.B. King have been worried for the past few days (and with good reason) as the iconic musician remained hospitalized from complications due to his diabetes.
King’s daughter Claudette said that the blues legend was suffering from dehydration caused by his Type II diabetes.