What’s even more interesting is that Murphy made a video with Michael Jackson, which seemed very gay to say the least. I’m surprised that I didn’t see this wack video before.
Not to mention he’s singing a song called “Whatzupwitu” with another man. What’s really sick about the whole ordeal is that the Harlem Boys Choir was also featured in the video.
In Meadowbrook, Philadelphia, Pennsylvania, USA, of prostate cancer (76), songwriter, singer and record producer whose hits, many with the team of Kenny Gamble and Leon Huff, include tracks by The O'Jays, The Roots, Jackie Moore, Harold Melvin & The Blue Notes, Barbara Mason, Billy Paul, Lou Rawls, Patti La Belle and Stephanie Mills.
In Philadelphia, Pennsylvania, USA, following a heart attack (59), songwriter and record producer, whose hits include 'The Rest Of Mine', 'Big Time' and 'Brown Chicken, Brown Cow' for Trace Adkins, 'As Any Fool Can See', 'My Second Home', 'If The World Had A Front Porch', and 'Is That A Tear?
Academy Of Country Music Television Personality Of The Year (1965, 19).
In Pleasanton, California, USA of heart failure (52), singer, songwriter and actor, whose songs for Tragically Hip include such radio classics as 'New Orleans Is Sinking', 'Blow At High Dough', 'Courage (For Hugh Mac Lennan)', 'Ahead By A Century' and 'Bobcaygeon'. In Toronto, Canada, of glioblastoma (71), songwriter, vocalist and guitarist with Aliotta, Haynes & Jeremiah, and writer of the groups signature tune amd Chicago anthem 'Lake Shore Drive', featured in the movie 'Guardians Of The Galaxy II'.
International Songwriters Association Hall Of Fame Member. In Santa Monica, California, USA, following a heart attack (87), songwriter, recording artist, record producer and label owner, whose hit songs included such classics as 'Silhouettes' (The Rays, The 4 Seasons, Herman's Hermits, The Diamonds and Cliff Richard), 'Daddy Cool' (The Rays and The Darts), 'La Dee Dah' (Billy & Lillie and Jackie Dennis), and 'Tallahassee Lassie' (Freddy Cannon).
International Bluegrass Music Hall of Fame inductee.After speaking with some girlfriends about gay entertainers that are in the closet but everybody in the community knows they are gay, Eddie Murphy’s name came up.Remember the scandal surrounding Murphy and the tranny he was caught with during a traffic stop?In Chicago, Illinois, USA, of cancer (89), singer and songwriter, whose hits include such classics as 'Ain't That A Shame', 'Blueberry Hill', 'My Blue Heaven', 'Blue Monday', 'Whole Lotta Loving', 'I'm Ready', 'My Girl Josephine'.'Let The Four Winds Blow', 'When I'm Walking (Let Me Walk)', 'Lady Madonna', 'The Big Beat', 'The Fat Man', 'Valley Of Tears', 'Im Walking', 'Im In Love Again', 'I Want To Walk You Home', 'Country Boy, 'Three Nights A Week', 'My Girl Josephine', 'It Keeps Raining', 'What A Party', 'Red Sails In The Sunset' and 'Walking To New Orleans'. (70), singer, songwriter, producer and member of both the Easybeats and Flash & The Pan, and whose hit compositions include 'Friday On My Mind' for the Easybeats and 'Love Is In The Air' for John Paul Young, along with songs covered by such acts as Grace Jones, Tom Jones, David Bowie and Meatloaf.