‘Bring It On’ Star Natina Reed Killed In Atlanta

'Bring It On' Star Natina Reed Killed In AtlantaNatina Reed, “Bring It On” actress, Lisa “Left Eye” Lopes protégé, and member of the R&B group Blaque, was killed Friday night in Atlanta after being hit by a car, Gwinnett County police department confirmed to Yahoo! Music.

Reed, who was 32, would have turned 33 Sunday. According to Gwinnett Sgt. Rich Long, Reed was pronounced dead at Gwinnett Medical Center at 10:59 p.m. ET. Around 10:30 p.m. on October 26, the driver of the vehicle called 911 to hitting a pedestrian.

‘Not at fault’

“Information received indicated that CPR was being performed by a person on the scene,” Long said via statement. “Preliminary information indicates that Reed was in the roadway on Lawrenceville Highway near Hamilton Road when struck. The driver of the vehicle was determined to be not at fault and there are no charges pending.”‘

The driver and passenger are believed to be the only witnesses, and the authorities are withholding their names until the completion of the investigation.


Blaque released two albums, their 1999 self-titled debut and 2002′s “Blaque Out.” In 2000, they appeared in the movie “Bring It On.” In August, Reed discussed Blaque’s plans to make a comeback in an interview with website YouKnowIGotSoul. In July, Blaque performed at the First Annual Left Eye Music Fest in Decatur, Ga. Reed’s mentor Lopes was killed in a car crash in Honduras in April 2002. Reed had a 10-year-old son, Tren Brown, with Dogg Pound rapper Kurupt.

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Source: Yahoo News

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‘Swamp’ Star Mitchell Guist Dies Of Yet Unrevealed Cause

Mitchell Guist, one of the happy-go-lucky stars of the hit reality TV show “Swamp People,” has died.

Guist appeared on the show with his brother, Glenn. Their History Channel biography says: “Swampers through and through, Glenn and Mitchell Guist were born and raised on the bayou and live entirely off the land. These brothers are always up to something, whether it’s hunting for their dinner or making use of everything nature has to offer.”

According to Sheriff Mike Waguespack, who spoke to WRBZ Louisiana, Guist was in his boat along the Belle River when he apparently fell. Witnesses say he appeared to have been suffering from a seizure.

“Swamp People” has been a hit for the History Channel. Currently in its third season, the show focuses on the lives of alligator hunters in rural Louisiana. The Guist brothers joined the cast in the second season.

There is no official word yet on Guist’s cause of death.  He was taken to a local hospital where he was pronounced dead, according to WAFB. CPR attempts were unsuccessful. There is no word on whether an autopsy will be performed.

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Source: Yahoo News

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