President Trump Diamond (left) and Silk (right).
President Trump posted this on Truth Social.
This Saturday, in North Carolina, we will celebrate the life of Lynette “Diamond” Hardaway, a true patriot and friend. See you there! pss.nucleuspages.com/events/ce
A memorial service will be held at the Crown Theater at the Crown Complex in Fayetteville, North Carolina.
Doors open at 4 PM Eastern on Saturday.
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Inaita Lynette Hardaway “Diamond” (left) died last week at her home. She is 51 years old.
President Trump released a statement on Truth Social announcing the sad news.
“Truly bad news for Republicans and, frankly, all Americans. Our beautiful diamond of diamonds and silks has passed away at her home in North Carolina, which she loved so much,” Trump wrote.
“Silk was with her all the way and in her passing. There was never a better team anywhere or at any time! Diamond’s death was completely unexpected, perhaps because her big and precious heart was simple. Rest in peace in our magnificent Diamond, you will be greatly missed!” he continued.
The Diamond and Silk Twitter account posted this statement after her death.
“The world has lost a true angel and warrior patriot for freedom, love and humanity! Please respect the privacy of the Diamond family! Memorial ceremony TBA.”
The world has lost a true angel and warrior patriot for freedom, love and humanity! Please respect the privacy of the Diamond family! Memorial ceremony TBA.
Donations to preserve diamond heritage are accepted only at the following link: https://t.co/g6J6NlBXE7
— Diamond and Silk ® (@DiamondandSilk) January 10, 2023
The cause of death is yet to be revealed.
A GiveSendGo fundraising campaign has been created for “Diamond”, click here.
Inita Lynette Hardaway And Harnetha Rochelle Hardaway RichardsonAlso known as Diamond and Silk, American live-stream video bloggers, political activists and hosts of Newsmax and FrankSpeech.com.
Lynette was born in 1972 in North Carolina.