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Tina Turner’s daughter-in-law reveals heartbreak caused by her children

Tina Turner, endured before tragically dying Wednesday at the age of 83.The French musician, 46, revealed Tina feared her son, Ronnie, would “turn out like” his father, Ike, who put the “Proud Mary” singer through years of abuse during their 16-year marriage.“[Tina] sometimes told me, ‘You don’t want to stay with him. He is going to be like his father,'” Afida told the Daily Mail in an interview published Saturday.

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Tina Turner fans shame Beyoncé and Jay-Z for referencing Ike Turner’s abuse in ‘Drunk in Love’
queen of rock ‘n’ roll and her ex-husband Ike Turner’s abusive relationship in their 2013 hit, “Drunk in Love.”Tina Turner, born Anna Mae Bullock, died at 83 on Wednesday in her Switzerland home.The news of her death led to the resurfaced lyrics of Beyoncé, 41, and Jay-Z’s song, “Drunk in Love,” perhaps the couple’s most iconic track together.“Beat the box up, like Mike in ’97, I bite,” Jay-Z, 53, raps.“I’m Ike Turner, turn up baby, no, I don’t play. Now eat the cake, Anna Mae said, ‘Eat the cake, Anna Mae.'”The “Empire State of Mind” rapper’s lyrics reference a notorious moment in the Turner’s relationship when the “Proud Mary” singer, who went by Anna Mae at the time, was in a diner with Ike and fans asked her for an autograph instead of him.Ike was displeased with the fan’s lack of interest in him, so he attacked Tina by forcing cake in her mouth, saying, “Eat the cake, Anna Mae!”When “Drunk in Love” debuted in 2013, the verse rubbed many people the wrong way, many of whom criticized the Carters for trying to profit off Tina’s abusive relationship.The Post has contacted Beyoncé and Jay-Z’s reps for comment about the lyrics.Ten years later, Turner lovers are still disgruntled by the lyrics, especially after Beyoncé shared a tribute post to her “inspiration,” Tina Turner, on Instagram and Twitter.“My beloved queen.
Tina Turner worried she put herself ‘in great danger’ before death
put herself “in great danger” months before dying. In her penultimate Instagram address, Tina Turner — who died Wednesday at age 83 following a bout with cancer, a stroke and kidney troubles — revealed to her nearly 1 million followers that she had unwittingly gambled with her health. “Kidneys fail without pain,” the 12-time Grammy winner said in the caption of her post, shared March 9 in honor of International World Kidney Day.“I have put myself in great danger by refusing to face the reality that I need daily, lifelong therapy with medication,” continued Turner, née Anna Mae Bullock, a native of Nutbush, Tennessee. The “What’s Love Got to Do With It” megastar’s words of caution were penned beneath a photo of herself marked with the quote: “If I had known how high blood pressure and kidney disease are connected, I would have been spared a lot of suffering.”Elsewhere in the caption, Turner advised: “Show your kidneys love! They deserve it.”She added, “My kidneys are victims of my not realizing that my high blood pressure should have been treated with conventional medicine.”The “Queen of Rock ‘n’ Roll” died at 83 on Wednesday after a prolific career that spanned decades.Tina — who was inducted into the Rock ‘n’ Roll Hall of Fame as a solo artist in 2021 — sold more than 100 million records worldwide throughout her career, with songs including the anthemic hit “The Best” and her solo comeback single “What’s Love Got to Do With It.”She scored her first and only No.