Natalie Cole's son dead at 39

The son of legendary singer Natalie Cole has died at the age of 39
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16 August, 2017

TMZ reveals that a man of 39 years old was found lifeless at his home in the San Fernando Valley (California), Monday, 14 August.

Yancy died of a heart attack, with law enforcement listing his cause of death as natural causes pending the completion of an autopsy and toxicology test. Drugs were not involved in Yancy's death.

The son of the late singer Natalie Cole has passed away.

It's worth noting that Marvin Yancy also died of a heart attack at age 34, so it could be heart disease runs in the family. You " re reunited with your mum Natalie Cole".

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Family members say that Yancy, who worked in the music industry, had never abused drugs and was "turning his life around". Her official cause of death was congestive heart failure.

Yancy's mother, Natalie Cole, struggled with drugs in her lifetime before her 2015 death.

"Here is a woman who has been in the business for four decades, had 21 Grammy nominations and won nine Grammys". In one of the interviews by Cole's sisters, they shared about the last remaining days which they spent together with the legendary singer shortly before her death. "We will find solace in her legacy as well as her endless fans around the world". Rest Peacefully, Robert Yancy.

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