Music producers and entertainers immediately reacted to this news. Tina Turnerdeath Open Wednesday eveningwrites poignant tributes to the soulful diva on social media. Turner is said to have died peacefully at his home in Switzerland at the age of 83.
Various flavor creators praised “Queen of Rock’n Roll” as a revolutionary performer and music legend for her contribution to the world of R&B, rock and pop. After becoming a true global superstar in the late ’80s, Turner asked, “What Does Love Have To Do With It?” He continued to publish such classics. and “The Best.”
in a statement shared with VariationAngela Bassett, who was nominated for an Oscar for her role as Turner in the 1993 biopic, said:
“How do we say goodbye to a woman who has her pain and trauma and uses it as a tool to change the world? Tina Turner has shown others who she is through her courage in telling her story, her commitment to continue her life’s course no matter the cost, and her determination to make space in rock and roll for herself and others like her. She lived in fear of what a beautiful future filled with love, compassion and freedom would look like. His last words to me – for me – were “You never imitated me. Instead, you reached deep into your soul, found your inner Tina, and showed her to the world.” and as we mourn the loss of the being, she gave us more than we could ask for. She gave us her whole being. And Tina Turner is a gift that will always be “just the best.” Angels, sing for your peace…Queen.”
Attached to a photo of herself and Turner, Diana Ross said she was “shocked” and “sad” and offered her condolences to Turner’s family and loved ones.
Viola Davis called Turner “Brilliant” and “A Survivor”, calling the singer “The first symbol of perfection and our unbridled possession of sexuality!! You were my childhood.”
“I am deeply saddened by the passing of my wonderful friend, Tina Turner,” said Mick Jagger, who credits her for “helping me so much when I was young and I will never forget her.”
“Tina Turner was an icon we love for her voice, her dance and her spirit,” said Forest Whitaker, encouraging people to “think about her resilience and all the greatness that can haunt our darkest days.”
Gloria Gaynor praised Turner for “leading the way for so many women in black and white rock music” and said she did so “with great honor and success in her time and with what few dare to do in this genre”. your music.”
Magic Johnson paid tribute under a photo of him with Turner and Elizabeth Taylor. “Rest in peace one of my all-time favorite artists, the legendary queen of rock n’ roll, Tina Turner,” she wrote. “I’ve seen her many times and she definitely gave one of the best live shows I’ve ever seen. He always gave you your money’s worth.
Ciara shared two photos of Turner on her Twitter account, saying, “Heaven has won an angel. Rest in heaven, Tina Turner,” thanking the actress for “the inspiration you have given us all.”
Rita Wilson shared a black and white photo of Turner on her Instagram, captioning it: “This woman has raised everything. Talent. Joy. Grace. Class. What a legend in every way. She lives the music. She lives the lessons. She lives the example. Prayers to her husband and family. God bless Tina. May her memory be forever.”
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