Reason Behind Legendary Singer’s Death Revealed! He Didn’t Die Of AIDS!
Lou Reed, an American legendary singer who was part of the famous rock band 'The Velvet Underground', died on October 27, 2013. He was the leading Guitarist in the band. He was known for his best guitar playing skills and even drove fans crazy with his rock music. It was reported that he had suffered a tragic death after being diagnosed with HIV. But, here are the fresh reports that hints he didn't die of HIV. Something fishy!? Read more to find the further story.
If Hiv didn’t kill him, what did?
It was found that this legendary guitarist suffered a tragic death – earlier, it was reported that he died of HIV. But, the recent reports suggest that he didn’t die of HIV. Then how did he die? Was he killed? The suspicious reports have emerged regarding his death.
There were a number of questions raised on his s*xuality!
There had been a number of questions raised over this legendary singer’s sexuality. He had ended his good going married life with his first wife Betty and got into a relationship with a transvestite named Rachel.
Here’s what his friends told about his relationship with Rachel!
After he was caught dating Rachel, there were a number of questions raised on his sexuality. He never opened up on his sexuality though. “Rachel was his live-in boyfriend for a long time. Lou always referred to Rachel as a girl, although he wasn’t trans, he was definitely a boy. But Lou was nuts about Rachel,” says former bandmate & friend.
It was quoted that Rachel and Lou had dated each other and were even spotted together on multiple occasions. But, after they got split – Rachel disappeared! She wasn’t spotted much after their split.
After his split with Rachel, he married Sylva!
It was found that after he broke up with Rachel – he married Sylva Mora. Later, when the things between them didn’t work out, he divorced her and married Laurie Anderson.
Did Rachel die of Aids?
Rachel had disappeared after the split with Lou. But, not many knows, she died of Aids. “Rachel as we know it, and as I’ve heard of it, died from AIDS in the early ‘90s,” says Lou Reed biographer, Jeremy Reed.
It was found that he didn’t die of AIDS. Isn’t his death suspicious? Dr. Michael Hunter appeared in a viral clip, claiming that he didn’t die of any s*xual transmission disease. He said, “Analyzing Lou’s medical records and birth certificate, he found no evidence that he battled AIDS—but he did discover that he took a drug called Interferon as far back as the late ‘80s.”