Singer C.J. Harris finished in sixth place after competing in 13th season of ‘American Idol’
Jan 18, 2023 – Fox News
“American Idol” contestant C.J. Harris has died. He was 31. (FOX Image Collection)
My cmnt: Yet another young man suddenly, mysteriously and “cause of death unknown” dies from the Covid-19 shots. This will go down in modern history as as great a cover-up and medical malpractice as the democrat government refusing to treat black men with syphilis in the 1930s. I guarantee you that he died from a heart attack due to being pressured by the democrat-media-medical complex to take multiple jabs.
My cmnt: From 1932 to 1972, nearly 400 African American men were deliberately left untreated with syphilis in a study called the Tuskegee Study of Untreated Syphilis in the Negro Male. The men were mostly poor sharecroppers from Macon County, Alabama. (I wrote about the Tuskegee and Guatemala studies in an earlier column.)
C.J. Harris, known as a standout performer on “American Idol,” has died. He was 31.
The “American Idol” team confirmed the news on social media and shared heartfelt condolences on Instagram.
“C.J. Harris was an incredible talent, and the news of his passing deeply saddens us,” they wrote. “He will be truly missed.”
The musician’s cause of death has not been immediately disclosed.
Harris, who was currently living in Jasper, Alabama, competed on the 13th season of the reality television program and finished in sixth place. Caleb Johnson went on to win the series, which aired in 2014.
Following his “Idol” debut, Harris released his debut single, “In Love,” in 2019.
Former ‘American Idol’ contestant CJ Harris’ cause of death revealed
Walker County Coroner’s Office confirmed C.J. Harris died of heart attack. He was 31
“American Idol” alum C.J. Harris’ cause of death has been revealed. The 31-year-old died of a heart attack, a spokesperson for the Walker County Coroner’s Office confirmed to Fox News Digital on Thursday.
Deputy coroner Danielle Calloway said that the singer died on Sunday night after being rushed to the Walker Baptist Medical Center in Jasper, Alabama.
Calloway told Fox News Digital that doctors performed CPR on Harris at the hospital, but the efforts were unsuccessful. He was pronounced dead due to a heart attack.
Harris competed on the 13th season of “American Idol” and finished in sixth place. Caleb Johnson went on to win the reality TV competition series, which aired in 2014.
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