With a difference of one day, two popular performers died in Russia – Yuri Shatunov and Pierre Narcisse. Their death is united by one thing – age.
The soloist of “Tender May” was 48, the performer of the hit of the 2000s “Chocolate Bunny” – 45, according to Russian media.
The Telegram channel of Ksenia Sobchak reports that Shatunov died in an ambulance from a massive heart attack. According to other information, the performer died in the Domodedovo hospital in Moscow.
Russian singer and songwriter Yuri Shatunov won the love of fans by performing in the group “Tender May”. In the late 80s, the band presented songs that are still popular – “White Roses”, “Grey Night”, “Pink Evening” and many others.
After a conflict with Andrei Razin, Shatunov over the past few years has fought for the right to perform the repertoire of “Tender May”, since the copyright belonged to the producer and creator of the group.
And yesterday, the performer of the hit of the 2000s “Chocolate Bunny” Pierre Narcissus died. Before that, he was taken to intensive care with kidney failure and problems with the pancreas and heart. Pierre Narcisse died while in a drug-induced sleep. According to media reports, death occurred after an unsuccessful kidney operation.
Narcissus gained the greatest popularity at the beginning of the 2000s, thanks to his participation in the Star Factory-2 project, where he performed the composition Chocolate Bunny. In 2006 he was awarded the title of “Honored Artist of Ingushetia”.
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