Dog the Bounty Hunter and his wife Beth Chapman, who was diagnosed with stage 2 throat cancer, were spotted arriving at LAX airport on Sunday. Beth, 49, and her husband Duane “the Dog” Chapman, 64, return to television in a new documentary.
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Shark Tank star Daymond John has stage 2 thyroid cancer. The 48-year-old businessman revealed his diagnosis to ABC anchor Robin Roberts on Good Morning America on Wednesday.
John said a growth was removed from his thyroid gland, and doctors determined the growth was stage 2 cancer.
Comedian Charlie Murphy passed away today after a long battle with leukemia. He was 57.
While Murphy’s younger brother, Eddie Murphy, pursued fame and fortune as a standup comedian, Charlie embarked on a crime spree that ended when he was discharged from jail and joined the Navy in 1978.
— Alief ISD (@AliefISD) March 27, 2017
Sad news. Terminally ill cancer patient Ebony Banks, of Houston, Texas, died 4 days after meeting her idol Beyoncé Knowles.
When Ebony learned her stage IV cancer was terminal, she told her family her biggest wish was to meet Beyoncé before she died.
Bishop Eddie Long has lost his battle with cancer, a New Birth Baptist Church spokesperson confirmed in a statement on Sunday. He was 63.
The church released a statement on Sunday, saying Mr. Long waged a “gallant private fight with an aggressive form of cancer.”.
The NBA’s beloved sideline announcer Craig Sager lost his long battle with acute myeloid leukemia (cancer of the blood). He was 65.
Remember Stitches, the rapper who was stomped and beaten to a bloody pulp by rap mogul The Game‘s manager?
The 20-year-old Miami native, whose real name is Phillip Katsabanis, announced he has cancer on his private Instagram account over the weekend.
But some people in his camp say he’s lying. This isn’t the 1st time the troubled rapper claimed to have cancer.
Rapper-turned-chef and restauranteur Mia X reveals she was diagnosed with uterine cancer.
Mia confirmed her cancer diagnosis in a post on Instagram.com on Wednesday. She explained that she learned her diagnosis in 2015 — a year after she donated to The National Breast Cancer Foundation.
Bowie was best known for his #1 hits “Let’s Dance” and “Fame”. He released his last studio album, Blackstar, on his 69th birthday.
Bowie was born David Jones in London, England on Jan. 8, 1947. He is survived by his wife of 24 years, former supermodel Iman, and their daughter Alexandria Zahra Jones, 15. Bowie also has a son, Duncan Jones, 44, from a previous relationship.
Pop icon Janet Jackson is reportedly undergoing tests to confirm throat cancer. The 49-year-old Diva canceled dates on her world tour while she recovers from surgery to remove polyps on her vocal cords.
Tests will determine if the polyps are cancerous.
If Jackson is diagnosed with throat cancer, she will undergo chemotherapy and radiation treatments.
After undergoing surgery today, rapper Boosie BadAzz says he is cancer-free.
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Rapper Boosie BadAzz shocked the hip hop world when he announced that he was diagnosed with kidney cancer recently. Boosie made the announcement on Instagram.com. He quickly deleted the post, but his announcement left many unanswered questions.
Such as how can he be diagnosed with bilateral kidney cancer and he’s still on tour?
The following Blind Item is a re-post about a popular A-list actress who is reportedly dying of a terminal illness. The post was lifted from the Crazy Days & Nights blog. The following are not my words.
Rapper Boosie just announced he has kidney cancer. The rapper posted the announcement on Instagram then deleted the post.
This is what Boosie wrote:
“I need all my fans to pray for me. Doctor just told me I have cancer on my kidneys. Prayer is power, that’s why I’m letting the world know prayfaboosie.”
The woman covered in dust and debris in an iconic photo taken in the aftermath of the 9/11 terrorist in NYC attack has died.
Marcy Borders, 42, succumbed to stomach cancer on Monday night, her brother confirmed to NBC News.
Borders learned she had stomach cancer in August last year.