He was famous for the 1991 hit “Now That We Found Love.” He once worked with Janet and Michael Jackson. His music even appeared on shows like “In Living Color” and “MADtv.”
The life and times of Heavy D all came crashing down on November 8, however, when the rapper died after collapsing at his Beverly Hills home.
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“Heavy D Dead,” headlines everywhere have read since word broke Tuesday afternoon that the 44-year-old rap legend had passed. While the news is shocking enough in itself, even more troubling are the details about a visit he made to a doctor just a day before his death. Could something have been done?
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Rapper Heavy D died Tuesday at the age of 44 after collapsing in his California home. While little was known initially about what went wrong, more news has emerged about the circumstances of the rap legend’s death.
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