By Le Figaro with AFP
Public figures shared their emotion after the death of the “queen of rock’n’roll”, who ped away at the age of 83. The White House thus deplored a “tremendous loss”.
“Warm, funny, generous”. Tributes multiplied on Wednesday after the announcement of the death of the legend Tina Turner, who ped away at the age of 83. Among them, the famous Rolling Stones singer, Mick Jaggerpaid tribute to his “wonderful friend”, saluting an artist “so talented”: “She was inspiring, warm, funny and generous. She helped me a lot when I was young and I will never forget her.. The two stars had formed a duet during a concert in 1985.
‘A huge loss’
Another singing superstar, Gloria Gaynor, recalled that Tina Turner had “paved the way for so many women in rock, whether black or white.” Diana Ross, who is one of the greatest African-American singers of the last century along with Tina Turner, said to herself “shocked” And “saddened” by the death of the legend.
For the singer Ciara, “heaven has gained an angel”. “Thank you for the inspiration you gave us all”, she said on Twitter. The basketball player Magic Johnsonone of the best in history, was also moved by the loss of this “legendary queen of rock”. “I’ve seen her many times (in concert) and she put on, by far, some of the best shows I’ve ever seen,” he greeted on Twitter.
An emotion that was shared to the top of the American state. The White House has, in fact, deplored “a huge loss”. Learning in the middle of a press conference of the death of the “queen of rock”, the spokesperson for the White House, Karine Jean-Pierre, declared to be herself “a very big fan” and added: “Our thoughts are with his family and friends.” Even NASA went there with its tribute: “Simply the best. Music legend Tina Turner shone on stage and in millions of hearts as the queen of rock ‘n’ roll. His legacy will live forever among the stars.