Vesta Williams Featured on Unsung’s First Episode of New Season on Jan. 2nd
Vesta Williams will be featuring on TV One’s Unsung for their first episode of the season for 2012.
Watch full show HERE while its still posted on their website!
Vesta Williams Cause of Death Released
A report from Eurweb received exclusive information about Vesta Williams’ cause of death. Singer Norwood Young was told by members of the singer’s family that she passed away from complications of an enlarged heart.
Eurweb stated the Williams family was given the autopsy report a “day or two ago” according to Young.
“Although it’s a sad situation overall, it’s great news to find that Vesta’s death, as I said from the very beginning, was not drug related,” Young , who was a good friend of the R&B singer, told EUR’s Lee Bailey. “Vesta did indeed die from an enlarged heart. As we know, an enlarged heart can remain undetected in the body for many, many years.”
Vesta Williams’ Death: Industry Veteran Releases Statement About Suicide Reports
The information you are about to read gives us more clarity on Vesta Williams’ death.
Read report below from Eurweb.com:
Industry veteran Norwood Young has released a statement addressing some reports surrounding the death of his close friend Vesta Williams, including speculation that she may have tried to take her life.
The singer’s body was found Thursday, Sept. 22, 2011 at approximately 4:30 p.m. in a Los Angeles hotel, where, according to Young, she was staying temporarily while transitioning to a new home.
R&B Diva Vesta Williams’ Death Reveals An Unidentified Man Was with Her Who Is Now Missing
Vesta Williams‘ death was very untimely and mysterious. Sources are now stating how prescription pills are being cited as the cause. There were many empty bottles in the hotel room where her body was discovered on Thursday (September 22nd), according to TMZ.
The singer Vesta was found dead of a possible drug overdose in a Southern California hotel room in El Segundo, coroner’s investigators Capt. John Kades said Friday. For now, it has not yet been determined if Vesta’s death was suicide or an accident, and it is not being treated as a homicide.