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Pro-Trump vlogger Diamond died of heart disease due to chronic high blood pressure

Lynette “Diamond” Hardaway, a vlogger and ardent supporter of former President Donald Trump, died of a heart condition earlier this month. Her sister said she collapsed on the kitchen floor and exclaimed, “I can’t breathe.”

Known as the star of the conservative political commentary duo “Diamond and Silk,” Hardaway, 51, died on Jan. 8 of heart disease due to chronic high blood pressure.

Hardaway’s cause of death, which was not released by the family, had become a subject of widespread speculation.

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 signed by a local physician. No autopsy was performed.

Lynette ‘Diamond’ Hardaway (pictured left), a vlogger and ardent supporter of former President Donald Trump, died of heart disease earlier this month

Hardaway and her sister, Rochelle “Silk” Richardson, found internet stardom as black women who fervently supported Trump during his 2016 presidential campaign.

After making several campaign appearances with the former president, the two leveraged their notoriety to land regular commentator roles on Fox News.

Their promotion of untruths about the coronavirus eventually got them cut, but they ended up with the far-right cable and digital media platform Newsmax.

An outpouring of social media users suggested that COVID-19 was to blame.

Many of the reports were based on an unauthorized 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.

The memorial to Hardaway took a dark turn on Saturday as Richardson described the late 51-year-old’s final moments and alluded to a nefarious poisoning plot that she believes caused her death.

Hardaway and her sister, Rochelle 'Silk' Richardson, found internet stardom as black women who fervently supported Trump during his 2016 presidential campaign

Hardaway and her sister, Rochelle 'Silk' Richardson, found internet stardom as black women who fervently supported Trump during his 2016 presidential campaign

Hardaway and her sister, Rochelle ‘Silk’ Richardson, found internet stardom as black women who fervently supported Trump during his 2016 presidential campaign

After making several campaign appearances with the former president, the two leveraged their notoriety to land regular commentator roles on Fox News.

After making several campaign appearances with the former president, the two leveraged their notoriety to land regular commentator roles on Fox News.

After making several campaign appearances with the former president, the two leveraged their notoriety to land regular commentator roles on Fox News.

Their promotion of untruths about the coronavirus eventually got them cut, but they ended up with far-right cable and digital media platform Newsmax

Their promotion of untruths about the coronavirus eventually got them cut, but they ended up with far-right cable and digital media platform Newsmax

Their promotion of untruths about the coronavirus eventually got them cut, but they ended up with far-right cable and digital media platform Newsmax

A memorial ceremony in Fayetteville, North Carolina, streamed online Saturday, renewed speculation when Richardson suggested her sister’s death was somehow related to the COVID-19 vaccine.

“Instead of asking whether Americans are vaxxed or unvaxxed, the real question that needs to be asked is, are Americans being poisoned?” Silk asked the pro-Trump crowd filled with friends and family.

“In the wild, when they want to depopulate and sterilize a large group of animals, they usually inject one animal, and that one animal infects the rest of the animals,” Silk said, without suggesting evidence that the COVID-19 vaccine is creating harm.

“People drop dead here and no one is talking about it! They drop dead suddenly and unexpectedly.’

There is no evidence to suggest that the COVID-19 vaccine is causing people to die, according to research, despite far-right pundits amplifying the phrase “died suddenly” on social media, followed by videos of people having seizures to support their theories.

The memorial of Lynette 'Diamond' Hardaway, 51, took a dark turn as Rochelle 'Silk' Richardson described her sister's final moments and alluded to a nefarious plot that she believes killed her

The memorial of Lynette 'Diamond' Hardaway, 51, took a dark turn as Rochelle 'Silk' Richardson described her sister's final moments and alluded to a nefarious plot that she believes killed her

The memorial of Lynette ‘Diamond’ Hardaway, 51, took a dark turn as Rochelle ‘Silk’ Richardson described her sister’s final moments and alluded to a nefarious plot that she believes killed her

Trump paid tribute to Diamond, describing her as one of the world’s “brightest stars,” but admitted he “didn’t know Silk at all,” despite having met her countless times

Richardson, accompanied by Trump on stage at the memorial, said her sister died after returning to her home in North Carolina after a relative’s birthday. Richardson noticed that her sister looked strange.

Hardaway suddenly said, “I can’t breathe,” Richardson recalled. She and her husband performed CPR on the kitchen floor while they waited for emergency services.

Trump followed the radical speech and supported Silk, who he admitted that he had ‘just learned’ despite meeting her several times with her sister Diamond.

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