Janice Freeman the singer who found fame on NBC’s “The Voice” has passed away, unexpectedly. She was only 33.
Freeman’s friend and fellow gospel singer Crystal Lewis broke the news Sunday morning around midnight, reports The Blast.
“I received word that my beautiful friend Janice Freeman passed away. I’m at a loss. A complete and utter loss,” she wrote. “She was beating cancer. She was a BEAST vocalist… like no one I’d ever heard.”
Freeman reportedly died on Saturday from an apparent blood clot. It appears the blood clot we referenced above, traveled to her heart. She had battled through a series of health issues throughout her life including, lupus, cervical cancer and meningitis.
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WE REMEMBER: ‘THE VOICE’ SINGER JANICE FREEMAN DIES UNEXPECTEDLY AT 33 was originally published on praisecleveland.com