Brenda Edwards has penned an heartfelt message to confirm the cause of her son’s death.The Loose Women panelist lost her son, entrepreneur and musician Jamal Edwards, suddenly on February 20, at 31. The cause of death for Jamal Edwards was discovered at the inquest held today on June 7, in West London Coroner’s Court. It was discovered the report that Jamal was dead from an arrhythmia in the heart that was due to recreational drugs. In a post on Twitter, the grieving mother posted a lengthy and touching declaration addressing the reason for his death.
She began by thanking her the fans and friends for their support through such an emotionally difficult time for her their family. The TV host continued her remarks as she spoke about how she is aware of the cause for her son’s passing. ITV Loose Women, Brenda posted: “I have sadly learned that Jamal’s death was due to an arrhythmia in the heart that was caused by taking recreational drugs. I felt it was important to inform all those whom loved and loved my son. After learning of the news, I’ve experienced a sense shock and am struggling to comprehend what happened however it is so crucial for me to speak about it because every mother and loved one should be forced to endure the pain that Jama’s sister Tanisha and me have gone through since his passing.
She said that it’s “so vital” to engage in more discussions regarding”the “unpredictability that recreational substances have and the consequences they may cause”. She went on to say: “It takes just one bad reaction to end lives. I would do everything to get my son back however, that’s impossible. If I can help save a life, then we be doing something.Brenda said that she was proud be able to call Jamal her son, and promised that his legacy would continue to live for generations to come. She has recently created a foundation in his honor the Jamal Edwards Self Belief Trust.
Jamal was most well-known for being the founder of the SBTV, a production house. SBTV that in the career development of musicians like Ed Sheeran, Jessie J and Dave. In the wake of his passing, Brenda wrote: “It is with the most profound heartache that I can confirm that my beloved Son Jamal Edwards passed away yesterday morning following an illness that struck suddenly. Myself as well as Jamal’s sister Tanisha and his entire relatives and close friends are saddened. He was the center of our universe.
Jamal and I enjoyed one of the most strong mother-son relationships you can imagine. We were close friendsand among his many, numerous, amazing qualities, what made me the most happy was his desire to serve others. He had the highest self-less, selfless person I met.” ITV Loose Women, In the final part of her message, she stated: “I’m so incredibly proud of the things he has accomplished throughout his 31 years. I’m proud to consider him my son.” In the words of Jamal himself”The aim isn’t to be immortal, the objective is to create something that can last’. My sweet son, you achieved all that, and then more.
The Loose Women presenter also mentioned their involvement with The Jamal Edwards Self Belief Trust to “continue to pay tribute to the name of his father” and “to aid people who are in need”. ITV Loose Women, The trust, which was founded in the spring of this year – will continue the legacy left by the music pioneer and concentrate on three areas that are interconnected like tackling homelessness, assisting people with mental health issues and empowering youth with the necessary life knowledge. An GoFundMe page has collected more than PS30,000 of its goal of PS25,000 up to now.
In a post via Instagram Brenda posted: “Rest In Peace my precious daughter,” before being flooded with messages of support. Loose Women co-star Nadia Sawalha was the first to react by writing: “This must have been extremely difficult for you to write this. Absolutely brave. I am sending gratitude to you and your wonderful children. It doesn’t change anything. He did quite a lot. He was a mighty fine man.”