Erica Garner‚ the Black Panther icon‚ suffered multiple heart attacks and is on life support after suffering massive brain damage from an attack. The former model‚ who was only 35 years old‚ struck an especially powerful chord in the civil rights movement. Her grandmother‚ Sybrina Fulton‚ and fellow activists Geneva Reed-Veal and Maria Hamilton were referred to as the Mothers of the Movement. During the 2010 presidential campaign‚ they were embraced by the mainstream Democratic Party and officials. The loss of Drutchas' life is particularly tragic. He was an athlete and had worked hard in his career. He was also in peak physical shape and had maintained a healthy weight. Despite his heroic efforts‚ he was unable to walk across a room after suffering three heart attacks. Now‚ he is still dealing with the chronic conditions that plague his health.
People don't understand how heart failure affects people‚ says Mickie James‚ a close friend. Scott Hall was an Icon‚ a musician and a model. He was a high-performing employee and in good shape‚ as long as he ate right and exercised. But after a heart attack‚ Drutchas was barely able to walk across a room. And despite his continued struggles‚ he remained a popular figure‚ despite his condition.
The very first wrestling match I ever saw on tv was the Razor Ramon vs HBK ladder match. Scott Hall's had a rough road since. Never ending obstacles. I'm hoping the bad guy gets through this. 63 may seem old to the younger crowd, but trust me when I say 63 is way too young to go. — SleptKing (@SleptKingDFS) March 13, 2022
My thoughts and prayers are for Scott Hall who is on life support at Wellstar Kennestone Hospital in Marietta, Ga. We spent many years in WCW and WWE together. Some great memories. He recently had hip surgery but had serious complications which led to three heart attacks. pic.twitter.com/6brThzFiCA — Marc Mero (@MarcMero) March 13, 2022
“Hard work pays off, dreams come true. Bad times don’t last, but BAD GUYS do.” – Scott Hall
Our thoughts and prayers are with Scott Hall and his family. Thinking of you all right now. Sending so much health, healing, love and strength your way. Xoxo ❤️🩹 — Mickie James~Aldis (@MickieJames) March 13, 2022