The Associated Press reports:
Lynette Hardaway, a zealous supporter of former President Donald Trump whose death had prompted widespread speculation over its cause, died earlier this month of a heart condition, according to a death certificate obtained Monday by The Associated Press. Hardaway, 51, died Jan. 8 of heart disease due to chronic high blood pressure.
A memorial ceremony renewed speculation when Rochelle “Silk” Richardson suggested her sister’s death was somehow linked to the COVID-19 vaccine. She insinuated Hardaway may have been “poisoned” by another person who had been vaccinated, amplifying the false notion that recipients can affect those around them.
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AP has obtained the death certificate of Lynette ‘Diamond’ Hardaway of Diamond & Silk, which states she died of heart disease from chronic high blood pressure. https://t.co/G6Znh5oCJB
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