Famous Trump Supporter’s Cause of Death Revealed!

Silk and Diamond are known as the outspoken duo who supported Trump against major backlash during his presidency and beyond. Now more people know of them due to the sudden death of Ineitha Lynnette Hardaway, better known as “Diamond.” The outspoken media personality suddenly passed away at age 51.

Recently the Associated Press, as well as other outlets, have reported that the cause of Diamond’s death is an apparent heart attack. She was known to have suffered from heart disease and high blood pressure.

However, her best friend Herneitha Rochelle Hardaway Richardson, the“Silk” in “Diamond and Silk,” questioned whether or not Americans are being “poisoned” by the COVID-19 vaccine during Hardaway’s funeral.

Silk said, “Instead of asking if Americans are vaxxed or unvaxxed, the real question to ask is: Are Americans being poisoned?”

To be honest this could be a fair question to ask as more people are dying from heart-related issues and blood clots since the release of the Covid vaccine. Most cases of death that are suspicious are in young males with previously no known health issues but who have all received the vaccination, as well as a booster as mandated by their school, state, or work.

Silk explained that before her death Diamond suddenly couldn’t breathe. She and her husband immediately called 911. However, it was too late for Diamond as she was later pronounced dead.

Silk is now demanding answers about what happened to her friend.

“As soon as Diamond hung up the phone, she said to me: ‘I can’t breathe’,” Silk explained. “It was suddenly, out of nowhere, and with no warning.”

“I got her to the kitchen table and opened up the back door so that she could get some air. And each breath was less, and less, and less,” Silk continued.

Former President Donald Trump paid all of the funeral expenses. for his outspoken supporter. Trump responded to the news of her death by writing, “On Sunday, January 8th, 2023, the world lost an angel and true friend, Lynette ‘Diamond’ Hardaway.”

“She was great. Diamond lived a life founded on her passion and love all of humanity,” Trump continued. “The legacy she leaves behind will forever live in our hearts, she was a really great person.”

“Please join us on Saturday, January 21st in Fayetteville, North Carolina, as we celebrate the life of Diamond,” he added.

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