The vocalist’s child, who had been a performer with the band Fabricated Funk, is accepted to have had medical problems
Tina Turner has honored her “dearest child” Ronnie Turner, who kicked the bucket at 62 years old.
In a web-based post the artist, 83, said her child had “left the world unreasonably early”.
Ronnie Turner kicked the bucket on Thursday 8 December, after purportedly experiencing past medical problems.
He partook in a profession as a performer, playing with the gathering Made Funk, and played a job in the 1993 film What’s Affection Have to Do With It, a biopic about his mom.
On Friday Tina Turner posted a highly contrasting photograph to Instagram in recognition of her child.
“Ronnie, you left the world unreasonably early. In distress I shut my eyes and think about you, my adored child,” the artist subtitled the photograph.
Ronnie Turner was the artist’s child with ex Ike Turner.
Her oldest child Craig Turner, whom she had with artist Raymond Slope, kicked the bucket by self-destruction in 2018.