Luther Vandross’ Death Wasn’t Necessary

Luther Vandross

Insiders tell Roger Friedman of that ’ death was not necessary, insisting that Luther’s mother and a woman who may have been a niece or cousin — not a sister, as Friedman first reported — were not as vigilant as they could have been about Luther’s medical care. “If he had had the kind of people around him like Chris Reeve had, he would have lived longer,” the source said, citing their decision to use their rehab doctor in New Jersey as their main physician, rather than specialists in New York who could have done more good. Read more.

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