A few days ago came the sad news of the American actress, comedian, singer and TV personality Betty White has passed away at the age of 99. TMZ reported.
In the aftermath of the death, there were a number of rumors about the cause of death of the Hollywood legend, which agent and close friend Jeff Whitgas found it necessary to clarify.
Rumors emerged on social media about the death of the 99-year-old, specifically that she should have died after receiving a booster dose of the Corona vaccine. They believe White three days before her death she must have said the following:
Eat healthy food and take vaccinations. I just got boosted today.
However, this is not true. In another statement People On Monday, Whitgas said White slept peacefully at his home.
– People say that her death was related to the third dose she was supposed to receive three days ago, but this is not true. She died of natural causes. Her death should not be political – this is not the life she lived.
He also denied receiving a booster dose at all.
On New Year’s Eve, the agent told that although the actress was close to 100 years old, he believed she would live forever.
– I will miss her so much. I don’t think Betty was ever afraid of death, because she always wanted to be with her beloved husband, Elaine Lowden. She thought she would be with him again.
Wyatt’s husband passed away in 1981. The Hollywood legend did not marry after that.
White is known among other things, for his role as Rose Nylund in the TV series Panther Aunts – formerly known as the Golden Girls.
White also played Sue Ann Nevins on The Mary Tyler Moore Show, and Elka Ostrovsky in the TV comedy Hot Cleveland.
She has received seven Emmy Awards during her career, and is the oldest nominee at 91 years old. She is also the highest-grossing Grammy Award winner in 2012.
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