Grammy Title Holder Singer Mandisa Dies of Obesity

Grammy Title Holder Singer Mandisa Dies of Obesity

American Idol and Grammy-winning singer Mandisa dies at the age of 47. An autopsy report suggests obesity as the primary cause of death.

Obesity is not just a problem of appearance; it also causes internal damage. The death of famous singer and Grammy-winning artist Mandisa Lynn Hundley is a prime example of how dangerous obesity can be.

The music industry is mourning the loss of Mandisa Lynn, professionally known as Mandisa. According to the autopsy report obtained by People, the “Overcomer” singer died due to Obesity III. Reports suggest Mandisa was found dead by her friends in her Franklin home on April 18.

Initial police investigation suggested that the cause of the singer’s death was natural. The autopsy report further highlighted the cause of death as Obesity III. However, before KGW’s Dr. Feng Li confirmed the exact cause of death, certain people speculated it was a murder.

Mandisa Lynn’s Career

Mandisa Hundley began her solo career as a contestant in the 5th season of American Idol. After giving some impressive performances, she finished the reality show in ninth position. Lynn was eliminated from American Idol on July 27, 2007.

After that, she performed on some TV shows and concerts to raise charity funds. She was featured alongside Kirk Franklin in “Lose My Soul” in 2007. She released her first album, True Beauty, in 2007. This song was a counter to people who harassed her for her weight.

Additionally, she released her second album, Freedom, in 2009 and What If We Were Real, in 2011. Mandisa also released Overcomer in 2013 and Out of the Dark in 2017. She remixed Overcomer in 2014.

A Christmas album was also in her 2008 compilations.

What is Obesity?

Obesity, also known as high weight gain, is a medical condition distinguished by an excessive buildup of body fat. Although obesity is dangerous itself, it can lead to severe conditions like heart disease, high blood pressure, diabetes, and more.

Most people confuse obesity with eating more or less exercise. While these may be factors, genetic, behavioral, and environmental factors also cause obesity.

Physical and mental exercise and regular treatment can help manage obesity and its comorbidities.

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