Jada Rashawn Wiki – Jada Rashawn Biography
Anita Pointer, one of the founders of the Pointer Sisters, died on Saturday, December 31 at the age of 74. Anita, who was married several times, lost her only child, Jada Rashawn Pointer, in 2003. Rashawn Pointer died of pancreatic cancer in her at the age of 37.
After Jada’s death, Anita raised her only granddaughter Roxie. In December 1965, Anita married David Harper at the age of 17. The couple had a daughter, Rashawn Pointer, in 1966 and divorced the same year. Rashawn Pointer inspired one of the Pointer Sisters’ most popular songs, the group’s penned ‘Jada’, which was released on their debut album in 1973.
Jada Rashawn Age
Jada Rashawn was 28 yeasr old.
Jada Rashawn Cause of Death
In a statement, Anita’s family said: “While we are deeply saddened by the loss of Anita, we take comfort in knowing that she is now with her daughter, Jada and her sisters June and Bonnie and at peace. Heaven is a most beautiful place. loving”. with Anita there. She was the one that kept us all close and together for so long. His love for our family will live on in each of us.”
Anita’s sister, Bonnie Pointer, who co-founded the group in the late ’60s, died in 2020, while her other sister, June, died in 2006. The Pointers Sisters initially started out as a duo with Bonnie and June, but Anita soon joined in. Her sister Ruth began singing with the group in 1972 turning it into a quartet.
Among the band’s many hits are “He’s So Shy,” “I’m So Excited,” and “Fairytale,” which earned the group their first Grammy Award for Best Country Performance by a Duo or Group. They then went on to win two more Grammy Awards with their 1983 album ‘Break Out’, which also saw them achieve multi-platinum status.
Anita was due to appear in the US version of ‘The Masked Singer’ in 2021 as part of a duet with her sister Ruth hers, but she was forced to pull out due to health issues.