It has been reported that Lynnette Hardaway, also known as Diamond, one-half of the pro-Trump commentary duo Diamond and Silk, has passed away at the age of 51.
The news of her death was confirmed by the duo’s Twitter account, which stated: “The World just lost a True Angel and Warrior Patriot for Freedom, Love, and Humanity!”
Diamond and Silk were known for their strong support of former president Donald Trump and his policies, and Trump himself paid tribute to Diamond in a social media post, describing her death as “totally unexpected” and expressing his condolences to her sister Silk, who was with her at the time of her passing. The cause of death has not been disclosed.
Lynnette Hardaway, also known as Diamond, was a pro-Trump activist and half of the commentary duo Diamond and Silk. Along with her sister, Silk, Hardaway gained a large following on social media for their support of former president Donald Trump and his policies.
About Lynette Hardaway’s Personal Life and Net Worth
Lynnette Hardaway was born in 1971 in Fayetteville, North Carolina, USA and was 51 years old in 2022, according to her Wikipedia page.
It is unknown what the former democrat’s net worth is, but some sources estimate that the Diamond and Silk duo have a combined net worth of at least $1 million.
Diamond and Silk rose to fame during the 2016 presidential campaign when they became known for their enthusiastic support of Trump. They gained a large following on social media and became a frequent presence at Trump rallies and events.
After Trump’s election, Diamond and Silk continued to be vocal supporters of the president and his administration. They were also known for their fierce criticism of Trump’s opponents and those they perceived as being against the president.
In addition to their commentary and activism, Diamond and Silk also wrote a book, “Uprising: Who the Hell Said You Can’t Ditch and Switch?” and released a line of merchandise.
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