The online death hoax tricked another well-known person. Yes, we are talking about Gladys Knight, a famous singer. Several sources say she is dead, but some people don’t believe them.
For this reason, the Internet is divided into two groups: those who believe in rumors and those who do not. The Grammy-nominated artist has stopped posting on social media, leading to the rumors. It soon became a worry and after some time rumors spread on the internet that she had passed away. Read the article below to find out if she is dead or alive.
There were rumors that Glady Knight died because of a YouTube channel called Allan Radio. After posting a video, it was the channel that said Knight had passed away. Now the singer and Allan Radio are popular on a number of sites. People say the channel has also reported on the deaths of other celebrities over the past few hours. On this list are Ann Margret, Le Bon, Tom Sellock, Anne Heche and many other famous people. But comments for videos on the channel have been disabled.
Well, that means they don’t post real information. Although there was no confirmation of Knight’s death, news quickly spread across the internet. The singer’s fans were worried about her and talked about it on social networks. Well, let us tell you that a recent event has made it even more important to check the source of news. You can’t trust the news you hear on social media because chances are it’s not true.
Gladys Knight is busy getting ready for her upcoming show at the Hulu Theater in Madison Square Garden. She will be a special guest on the O’Jays’ latest tour, Last Stop On The Love Train. The show is scheduled to begin August 12 at 7 p.m. Gladys Knight rose to fame when she worked with The Pips from 1960 to 1980. She became known as the “Empress of Soul”.
William Guest and Edward Patten were there, along with his cousins William Guest and Bubba Knight. After her stint with The Pips, she went solo and had two singles that topped the Billboard Hot 100. Seven Grammy Awards went to the singer. Even the Rock and Roll Hall of Fame and the Vocal Group Hall of Fame have honored her. Knight is also well known for recording the theme song for License to Kill, a James Bond film.