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Heartbreaking-Two Female Musicians That We Lost So Soon To Actions Caused By Their Fans

We have read of rising artists who perished in aircraft and automobile accidents, or were on the verge of cardiovascular failure, illness, or other health-related difficulties. Unfortunately, many have been injured by their own admirers. While celebrity may be fantastic, it has also been the cause of death for several performers: these musicians were either slain by fans they had never met or by admirers with whom they had no ties. In the middle of piles of damaged artists, two of the most agonizing deaths will be considered:


1.Christiana Grimmie

Christina Victoria Grimmie (March 12, 1994 - June 10, 2016) was an artist, singer, performer, and YouTuber from the United States. She began being active in her music career in 2009, when she began releasing fronts of popular songs on YouTube. Find Me, Grimmie's first EP, was released in 2011. She eventually accepted the challenge on the program The Voice, where she finished third and received offers from many record companies, including Young Money Entertainment, which is controlled by Lil Wayne, and Island Records.

Grimmie was shot in the chest and head by an adoring fan, Kevin James Loibl, when she was signing autographs following her live performance in Orlando in 2016. James, the assassin, shot himself dead at the same location a short time later.

2.Selena Quintanilla

Selena Gomez was born on April 16, 1971, in Lake Jackson, Texas. Her father, Abraham, managed and presented the family's ensemble, Selena Y Los Dinos, while her brother, Abraham, played the bass guitar and her sister, Suzette, played the drums. To connect with Latinos, she sung a big chunk of her tunes in Spanish. Selena became the first female Tejano singer to get a Grammy nomination for Best Mexican-American Album. Her compilation "Live" debuted at No. 2 on Billboard's Top Latin Albums chart.

Yolander Saldvar, a former medical caregiver and Selena admirer, suggested starting a fan club in San Antonio after seeing Selena's concert. Selena's father agreed to her request, and she became the president of the fan club as well as the manager of Selena's apparel businesses. Selena's family found Saldvar skimming money from the fan club and retailers in 1995. She was fired not long after, in the first week of March. She had been refusing to give over the financial documents up until the day a meeting with her was set at the Days Inn in Corpus Christi. Although Selena mentioned the albums, Saldvar took a firearm and shot the fleeing 23-year-old Queen of Tejano music in the back, damaging an artery. Saldvar was apprehended, and she is still serving a life sentence in the Mountain View Unit in Gatesville, Texas, despite the fact that she is eligible for release in 2025.

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