Singer Jake Flint’s death on November 27 at 37 years old shocked the world. The singer tragically passed away a few hours after his wedding to his wife, Brenda. On November 29, it was said by The Poynter Institute’s fact-checking website Politifact that the singer died due to COVID-19 vaccination. However, On December 1, the singer’s rep officially denied the rumors 5 days after his death.
Jake Flint’s Rep member Clif Doyal give a statement on December 1
On December 1, Clif Doyal, who is a member of Late Flint’s team, published a statement. It follows, “I am the official publicist for Jake Flint and his family. I can verify from them, and from my own personal knowledge, that Jake Flint’s sudden and tragic death was not related in any way to the COVID-19 vaccine. Pending an official autopsy report, there will be no further comment.”
On November 26, the singer’s death came out hours after his wedding to Brenda Wilson. “We should be going through wedding photos but instead I have to pick out clothes to bury my husband in. People aren’t meant to feel this much pain. My heart is gone, and I just really need him to come back. I can’t take much more. I need him here.”- Wilson wrote in a Facebook post on November 29.
Talking about Flint’s career, his first single came out I’m Not Okay in 2016. Some of his famous singles include “Cowtown” and “What’s Your Name.”
After his death on 27th November, Clif Doyal released a statement where he said, “He was a prolific songwriter, recording artist, and in-demand live performer throughout the Midwest and Southwestern U.S. As a testament to his kindness and humanity, he was also a tireless supporter of his fellow artists, always willing to lend a hand to help anyone who needed it. With his infectious smile and disarming sense of humor, he was loved by many, and I believe that, along with his music, will be his lasting legacy.