(The Hill) – Lynette “Diamond” Hardaway, a member of the Diamond and Silk duo who gained national attention for her steadfast support for former President Trump, has died at the age of 51.
Hardaway and her sister, Rochelle “Silk” Richardson, were Democrats but switched to the Republican Party ahead of Trump’s presidential candidacy in 2016.
“The world has lost a true angelic and warrior patriot for freedom, love and humanity! Please respect the privacy of the Diamond family!” Posted Monday night.
The tweet did not state the cause of death.
The post contains Link For people to donate to Richardson for the purpose of “preserving the diamond legacy”.
Trump posted on Truth Social about the news of Diamond’s death, writing that she died in his home state of North Carolina and that it’s “really bad news for Republicans, and frankly, all Americans.” rice field.
“Silk was with her the whole time and was with her when she died. Nowhere, at any time, there was no better team. Diamond’s death was totally unexpected, probably because of her and precious hearts have simply lost their strength, our majestic diamond, rest in peace, he said.
The duo appeared on Fox News’ streaming service, Fox Nation, but the network cut ties with them in 2020 after questioning whether the official COVID-19 death toll was being manipulated. playing cards Declared After they left the network, he endorsed the two in a tweet stating that he “loves them like millions of people do.”
pair at that time launch A program called “Diamonds and Silk: Crystal Clear” aired on Newsmax in August of that year.
NBC report Both were born in 1971, according to their 2020 book Uprising.
They testified before the Senate Judiciary Committee and the Senate Committee on Commerce, Science and Transportation in 2018, claiming they were trying to restrict access to their pages, NBC noted.
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