Monday, January 2, 2012

Singer Vesta Williams' Cause of Death Revealed

Singer Vesta Williams, who died suddenly in September of last year, passed due to an enlarged heart according to an exclusive report.

Here's the an exclusive from Eurweb:

Singer Norwood Young received word from members of Vesta’s family that the beloved singer passed away from complications of an enlarged heart. The Williams family was given the autopsy report a “day or two ago” according to Young.
“Although it’s a sad situation overall, it’s great news to find that Vesta’s death, as I said from the very beginning, was not drug related,” Young , who was a good friend of the R&B singer, told EUR’s Lee Bailey. “Vesta did indeed die from an enlarged heart. As we know, an enlarged heart can remain undetected in the body for many, many years.”
Young said that obesity and stress may have also contributed to the beloved 53-year-old R&B singer’s untimely death.
In recent years, Vesta had battled with a drug problem and obesity. She beat both–and lost 100 pounds. The singer is best known for her top ten singles “Once Bitten, Twice Shy,” “Don’t Blow a Good Thing,” and “Congratulations.”
Asked if Vesta was taking medication for the heart condition, Young said no.
“I hope her fans will continue to keep Vesta in their hearts and minds and to know that she loved her fans very, very much.”
The songstress is greatly missed by her family and friends alike. A documentary of her life by UnSung airs tonight on TVOne. It will definitely be a must-see.

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