Lynette “Diamond” Hardaway’s Cause of Death Revealed

Lynnette Hardaway, aka Diamond (left), with her sister Herneitha Rochelle Hardaway Richardson, aka Silk (right)

Ineitha Lynette Hardaway, AKA, “Diamond” passed away at her home earlier this month. She was 51.

President Trump received a standing ovation at Diamond’s memorial service in North Carolina over the weekend.

Diamond passed away of heart disease due to chronic high blood pressure, according to a death certificate obtained by AP.

AP reported:

Lynette Hardaway, a zealous supporter of former President Donald Trump whose death had prompted widespread speculation over its cause, died earlier this month of a heart condition, according to a death certificate obtained Monday by The Associated Press.

The cause of Hardaway’s death, which was not released by the family, had become a topic of widespread speculation. A torrent of social media users suggested COVID-19 was to blame.

Many of the posts were based on an unsourced, and since-deleted, online report from November that claimed Hardaway had been hospitalized with COVID-19. Both Diamond and Silk vehemently denied that the virus had put Hardaway in the hospital.

COVID-19 was not listed as a cause or contributing factor on her death certificate, which was provided to the AP by the Hoke County Register of Deeds and was signed by a local doctor. No autopsy was performed.

“The World just lost a True Angel and Warrior Patriot for Freedom, Love, and Humanity! Please respect the privacy of Diamond’s family! Memorial Ceremony TBA,” the Diamond and Silk Twitter account posted earlier this month.

Diamond and Silk with President Trump

“Silk” of the Diamond and Silk duo previously threatened to sue a far-left ‘bishop’ for claiming her sister Lynette Hardaway died of Covid-19.

“Lynette Hardaway, aka ‘Diamond’ from the MAGA Trump supporting duo Diamond and Silk, died from contracting what she called ‘a hoax’ better known as COVID-19.” the so-called ‘pastor’ Talbert Swan said.

“The irony is palpable.” he added.

Silk, AKA, Rochelle Hardaway Richardson, threatened to sue Talbert Swan.

“Well it looks like we have us another lying MOFO who calls himself a Bishop but acts more like a B!tch A$$.” Silk said on Twitter. “Where’s your proof that my sister died from contracting COVID-19?”

“No Proof plus No Truth equates to a Lawsuit,” she said.

Silk gave the pastor until 12 midnight to retract or face a lawsuit.

“You have until 12 midnight tonight to retract,” she said.

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