Yanick Étienne died.

Yanick Étienne, a Haitian singer, died on March 30, 2022. “Mistè Lanmou’s” voice had cervical and rare liver cancer. She died at 5 p.m. on Wednesday after being hospitalized and then transferred to a hospice.

Her son D-Mile confirmed it on Twitter: “Mom, rest in peace. Love you “. Carole Jean-Gilles, Yanick Etienne’s sister, answered calls on the deceased’s phone with emotion and sadness. “She’s gone. So much happened. I dunno, “she agreed.

“To cut a long story short, she was sick and the disease went undiagnosed. When it was confirmed, she was terminal. 4) “, her sister said, her voice somber.

Félix Étienne, Yanick’s brother, and a musician said: “Her symptoms appeared in July 2021. She had several tests and was told everything was fine. She lost blood as the pains continued.

She switched doctors and we discovered she had cervical cancer and a rare form of liver cancer.

His sister was flown first to a hospital, then to a hospice, a specialized place for sick people for whom medicine can do nothing. The doctors wouldn’t let us take her home to Okala.

She wasn’t strong enough for the trip “said the man still in shock over the loss of his little sister.

Last Updated on November 10, 2023 by kreyolicious

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