Denise Welch posted a heartfelt message on Twitter following the news of the death of SB.TV founder and music pioneer Jamal Edwards, son of Loose Women co-star Brenda Edwards.
She wrote: “My heart aches for my friend Brenda. I can’t stand it. Jamal Edwards is a wonderful son and brother.”
As her followers commented on the shocking and sad news, Denise went on to call it a “nightmare”.
Actress Kate Robbins went to Denise’s post to say: “Oh my God. That’s terrible.”
And one follower replied: “Jamal has been a hero, especially in the black community and in the media and many owe him enormous respect.
“Brenda – You are what we call Jamaica, a mother in Zion. May your heavenly reward be great and the tiara you wear shines brighter than any diamond.”
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Another fan added: “Absolutely devastating. Can’t imagine what Brenda is going through. Our thoughts and prayers are with Brenda and her family at this time of grief. this. Love and light.”
Denise went on to share a message from the popular Twitter account All On The Board, which shared a quote from Jamal on their board that reads: “Be the change you want to see. In the world”.
Their message continued: “RIP Jamal Edwards. As an entrepreneur with boundless creativity, you will forever inspire people who have nothing but their imaginations, courage in forging. art practice and the world of the future.
“Sending love, thoughts and prayers to you, your family, friends and fans.”
Jamal’s cause of death has yet to be revealed.
He wrote a special happy birthday message to hitmaker Shivers, saying: “Happy birthday OG, Ed. So happy to have you in my life.
“You know you’ve been mates for so long when you don’t even count the years! Let’s keep breaking it and inspiring us all G!”
Jamal is credited with helping launch Ed’s career, as well as other big stars like Jessie J and Dave thanks to his online urban music platform.
His YouTube channel launched after he realized it could be a way to succeed in the early days of the platform after he filmed a friend on his estate in Acton, West London. , lousy music performance.
In 2013, he told MailOnline: “Back then, there was no place to showcase our spitting and rapping genre, so I thought, OK, I want to create that platform.”
Although it took a while for the idea to come to fruition, Jamal persevered after 3 years since his debut, he was able to make sure the first interview wasn’t dirty with anything. Kelly Rowland.
This helped launch his career and led to him interviewing other big names in the industry, including Bruno Mars, Nicki MinajTrey Songz.
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https://www.mirror.co.uk/3am/celebrity-news/denise-welchs-heart-breaks-loose-26285327 Jamal Edwards: Denise Welch's 'Heart Hurts' for Loose Women co-star Brenda on son's death