Roommates, very unhappy information to report in the present day, as one other movie star has handed away. Adolfo “Shabba-Doo” Quiñones, the well-known break-dancer and star of the 1984 film, “Breakin’” has died on the age of 65 in his dwelling in Los Angeles, California.
Shabba Doo’s household introduced his sudden passing in L.A. Wednesday, solely a day after he had posted a picture of himself in mattress, saying he was feeling sluggish however had examined destructive for COVID-19. So far, no trigger of demise has been introduced. Law enforcement sources mentioned it seems a roommate discovered him unconscious Wednesday evening, and there have been no indicators of foul play.
His sister posted a heartfelt tribute to her brother by way of social media, writing “My Heart is Broken apart we look alike and DANCE ALIKE MY HEART WILL NEVER BE THE SAME IT HURTS!”
Shabba-Doo rose to fame again within the ’80s, changing into one of essentially the most well-known and legendary break-dancers—and have become an actor and heartthrob after starring in “Breakin’” and “Breakin’ 2: Electric Boogaloo.”
In addition to his work on the massive display, Shabba Doo additionally choreographed and appeared in Lionel Ritchie’s “All Night Long” music video. He was married to Gwendolyn Powell, and after they divorced in 1982 he married actress Lela Rochon, however they divorced 5 years later. He’s survived by his daughter and son.
We ship our condolences to his family members throughout this tough time.
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