Obama and art stars mourn rock icon Tina Turner

At the age of 83, American rock icon Tina Turner passed away in Switzerland after a long illness, which caused great shock and sadness in the artistic community, and among her fans around the world, who decided to share on social media with rare footage that she collected with the late in honor of her. .

In poignant words, former US President Barack Obama praised the Queen of Rock and Roll, tweeting on his Twitter account: “A star whose light will never fade,” indicating that she was strong and solid, singing and speaking her truth and her story bravely through joy and pain, victory and tragedy. .

With the loss of this iconic voice, many art stars mourned her, so the American star Angela Bassett regained her memories with her, in an old photo via “Instagram”, commenting in a lengthy post: “How do we say goodbye to a woman who owned her pain and trauma, and used it as a means to help change the world?” Noting that she has been able to create her own space in rock and roll for herself and others who look like her.

And the American media, Oprah Winfrey, expressed, in a long post on her account on “Instagram”, which included a group of photos of them, her grief for the loss of Turner, saying: “I started as a fan and lover of Tina Turner, then I began to follow her from a show to a show around the world, until we became friends, she is a queen.” Rock and roll forever, she was a role model to me and the world, she claimed her freedom after years of domestic violence, and her life became a clear triumphant return… I am grateful for her courage.”

Magic Johnson, one of the best basketball players in the history of the game, expressed his sadness at the passing of the “legendary queen of rock”, and tweeted via “Twitter”, saying: “I watched her several times in concerts … she was presenting, far from others, some of the best performances.” that I’ve seen in my life.”

Likewise, the leader of the “Rolling Stones”, Mick Jagger, expressed his grief over the death of what he described as a “wonderful friend” and “tremendous talent”, praising her “warm, fun and generous” personality.

Veteran singer Gloria Gaynor also called her, who stated that Tina Turner “opened the way for a lot of women in rock music, whether they were black or white.”

Singer Ciara wrote on Twitter that “heaven gained an angel” with Turner’s death, adding, “Thank you for the inspiration you’ve given us all.”

Halle Berry, who said, “The world will lose one bright light,” Hilary Swank, who said, “the iconic, pioneering, and supreme talent,” and Mariah Carey, said, “Her music will continue to inspire generations to come…Rest in peace, my dear.” Queen”, and stars Elton John, Maria Shriver, former First Lady of California, Diane Warren, and others.

Obituary letters were also issued by prominent parties, passing by Barack Obama, then the US space agency “NASA”, which wrote that “music legend Tina Turner shone on fun and in the hearts of millions”, leading to the US presidency, as the White House considered the death of the “icon” Tina Turner. Huge loss.”


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