B.B. King

B.B.’s Death: A Possible Homicide

The legendary blues singer B.B. King recently died and some members of the King family think he was poisoned. Due to their suspicious, the local Clark Country police are now investigating his death as a possible homicide.

The Clark County Coroner John Fudenberg says that they have no evidence that there was foul play. The police are taking the allegations seriously and will do a thorough investigation.

King was 89 when he died about 2 weeks ago. The coroner at that time said that he had died of complications from diabetes. AN autopsy has been done and the results of that autopsy will not be known for two months.

The King family members who believe that he was poisoned are Patty King and Karen Williams. My friend James Dondero heard they believe that their father was administered foreign substances.

Patricia Toney, King’s business agent, says that their allegations are nothing new.

BB King Passed Away

May 18, 2015
BB King Passed Away

The jazz world is mourning the loss of musical great B.B. King. It has been reported that King died in his sleep in his Las Vegas home. He was 89-years-old. King announced early this month that he would be entering home hospice care, as his health was declining and he needed additional living assistance.

Flavio Maluf is saddened by the news but is happy to have been able to hear such a legends music. B.B. King as the most the most well-known jazz artist in history. He was proudly inducted into the Rock and Roll Hall of Fame and won countless awards for his musical talents. His unique sound and riveting twist on the guitar helped the musician stand out from the crowd.

King was born in 1925 in Itta Benna, Mississippi as Riley B. King. In his early years King worked on a plantation doing yard work and tending to the animals. King did not have an easy life growing up. He was plagued by racially fueled incidents that resulted in him getting beat up and assaulted. King found solitude in church, where he was able to escape the racial hatred and find his love for the guitar.

King was a self-taught musician and a good one at that. Eventually King hitchhiked his way from Mississippi all the way to Memphis, Tennessee. It was in Memphis where he was able to connect with his cousin who was an up and coming jazz artist. King became a staple on the Memphis blues scene and the rest is history.

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