How Did Frankie Lons Die?

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Keyshia Cole, an R&B singer, and her family know what happened to her beloved mother, Frankie Lons. The Alameda County Coroner’s Office told TMZ that Lons’ death was caused by being high on more than one drug. The report says that Lons died from taking too much medicine by accident. Lons was killed on her 61st birthday after fighting addiction for decades.

Lons’s drug use has been known for a long time. Cole fans first saw Lons on Cole’s BET reality show The Way It Is, where they first met her. Cole and Lons had not seen each other since Cole was adopted by a family friend when she was a child.

Cole later found out that she was adopted when he looked at some government papers. He started looking for Lons so that they could get to know each other, learn about their roots, and meet their siblings. In July, Sam, Cole’s brother, told TMZ that Lons overdosed at her Oakland home while celebrating with friends and family.

Lons is said to have used drugs at a party and relapsed after trying hard to stay clean. Cole has said that he and Lons are no longer close because he is tired of her drug use. Still, she never gave up on Lons and often updated her social media accounts with news about how Lons was staying sober. At the time of Lons’ death, Sam told the media that he talked to his mother every day and was always telling her to stay sober.

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Lons also appeared on BET’s Keyshia Cole’s My New Life and had a show on BET called Frankie & Neffie with her oldest daughter, Nefeteria. Many of Cole’s famous friends and fans sent their love and condolences to Lons after she died. They remembered her for her free spirit and funny one-liners. About a month after Lons died, Cole and her family laid him to rest.

The “Just Like You” singer posted videos and photos on her Instagram account of her family letting go of doves outside the church where Lons’ funeral was held. She also wrote an emotional tribute, saying, “You will be missed. In that church, I tried to spend as much time as I could with her. When we got to the mausoleum, I asked if I could see her one last time. I knew her body was gone, but I hoped she could see that we gathered to honor her name and the laughter, love, and honesty she brought to the world. I’ve learned a lot about myself recently. The love is real, (bank emoji) Frank Da.”

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