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Natina Reed Killed In Atlanta: Twitter Reacts

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Singer and actress Natina Reed, who was a member of the R&B group Blaque and appeared in the popular cheerleading film “Bring It On”, was struck by a car and killed on an Atlanta highway over the weekend, just two days shy of her 33rd birthday.

Reed is reported to have been walking in traffic when she was hit, and witnesses say they aren’t sure why. The driver of the vehicle has not been charged with anything, as it is suspected the accident couldn’t have been avoided. A passenger in the car gave CPR to Reed, but she was pronounced dead at Gwinnett Medical Center.

Reed leaves behind a 10-year old son and a legacy in music which will not be forgotten.

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  • Paulette Reed

    You will always be young and beautiful. May u find comfort in God’s arms. I love you rest in peace. Aunt Paulette

    • quinton

      My heart goes out to you, Paulette, and to the rest of your family. I realize that we lost a great talent…but you lost a dearly beloved. May God give you the peace so sorely needed during this aweful time.

  • http://dtv Dylethat hunter

    ITS SO SAD TO SAY THAT NATINA REED HAD PASS AWAY, THIS PASS SATURDAY AND SHE WILL BE MISSED BY ALOT OF GREAT PPL THAT LOVE HER IN MOVIES, AND T.V . I PAY MY REPEAT TO HER FAMILY THAT GOING THROUGH HARD TIMES RIGHT NOW. R.I.P NATINA :(

  • Paul Onomura

    She will be missed. My heart & condolences go out to her family & friends. To made she gave Blaque that special touch. I always thought that she was beautiful & a cutie. Her rapping was very cool. I was waiting for the day that I heard Natina & Lisa rapping in a song together. That would’ve been a very cool song. Now that will never happen now. Both of them are gone. They were the last of the hip hop/r&b legends. No one in the 2000′s can touch them. Majority of the music since 2000 started, sucks bigtime. The 70′s was great for disco music, the 80′s was great for pop music, & the 90′s was great for hip hop/r&b. The 2000′s just plain sucks. Nowadays is all crap on the radio. The only one that I like nowadays, is Kelly Clarkson. Anyways, once again, my condolences to Natina’s family. Natina, love you much & thanks for the memorable music. You were the last of the greats. R.I.P. Baby. Aloha to you. Mahalo.