Brenda Edwards hopes Jamal’s drug overdose death will be a lesson ‘it can happen to anyone’

The Loose Women panelist shared her grief after discovering that her son had passed away after taking drugs, and she warned: “Any bad decision under any circumstances can lead to dire consequences.”

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Brenda Edwards on her son Jamal .’s ‘legacy’

The death of the legendary Jamal Edwards will be a lesson for all of us, his heartbroken mothers hope.

At just 31 years old, the loss of Loose Women’s son Brenda Edwards is simply a tragedy – more than that she has now revealed the untimely cause of his death.

An inquest today at West London Investigative Court said Jamal died on 20 February after suffering a heart attack at his mother’s address in Acton after taking amphetamines.

Following the discovery, his grieving mother took to Twitter to share her grief after finding out that her son had passed away from taking drugs, and she warned: “any decision Bad decisions can in any case lead to dire consequences.”

The ITV panelist wrote that her son was taken away too soon and his death was “proof that this can happen to anyone”.

Jamal Edwards dies aged 31


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She went on to warn others of the dangers of “extremely unpredictable” drug use and urged people to think before making the same choices as Jamal did.

Brenda said she cannot bring her son back but hopes her speaking publicly about the circumstances surrounding his death will help save at least one life.

In a heartbreaking statement, Loose Women star Brenda wrote: “I am saddened to hear that Jamal’s tragic death was caused by a drug-induced cardiac arrhythmia and I want to say this to you. all who love, admire and respect my son.

“Ever since I heard the news, I’ve been in a state of shock and I’m still trying to process it, but it’s important to me that I deal with it like a mother or any loved one going through. what Jamal.’s sister, Tanisha, and I have been through since he passed away.”

Loose Women star Brenda Edwards bravely spoke out about her grief after losing her son



Brenda continued: “Jamal has the whole world at his fingertips – a passion for life and he was accidentally swept away too soon. However, we have to face what happened and Jamal is equal Evidence shows that this can happen to anyone.

“These substances are extremely unpredictable and we can only hope that this will encourage others to think clearly when faced with similar situations in the future.”

Brave Brenda continued: “It’s important that we help foster more conversation about the unpredictability of stimulant drugs and their effects. Impossible, so if I can help save one human life, then we will achieve something.

Jamal is credited with helping launch the careers of stars like Ed Sheeran, Stormzy, Jessie J and Dave.


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“Jamal and I have one of the strongest mother/son relationships you can imagine. We are best friends and among his many great qualities, which makes me proud. Most proud of his mission to help others – he is the most selfless person I have ever known.

“He has opened doors to help others step through and from Jamal’s own experiences in life, he just wants to help people grow; live; connect; love; laugh and most importantly , just to be happy.”

Jamal is an entrepreneur, a director, an author, a DJ and a designer. He was awarded an MBE in 2015 – at the age of 24 – for his work in music.

Music pioneer Jamal – founder of online urban music platform SB.TV passed away in February this year.

Jamal is credited with helping launch the careers of stars like Ed Sheeran, Stormzy Jessie J and Dave, being the eldest of two children of the Loose Women host.

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