Reggie Warren has died.
According to TMZ, the 52-year-old singer, who was one of the original five members of the R&B group TROOP, passed away at his home in San Bernardino County on Sunday (March 14). Reggie was surrounded by his family at the time of his passing, his rep told the outlet.
The singer was reportedly dealing with health issues in recent months. He was even hospitalized for a few months back in January.
Reggie's rep told TMZ Reggie was released from the hospital on Saturday (March 13) "with the anticipation he would die." While his death was reportedly not COVID-19 related, Reggie's family "didn't want to discuss an official cause until an autopsy could be performed," TMZ reported.
Reggie started TROOP alongside childhood friends Rodney Benford, John Harreld, Steve Russell and Allen McNeil in the '80s.
Steve paid tribute to Reggie in an Instagram post on Sunday, captioning a black-and-white picture of his former group member: "Job well done my brother I will see you on the other side🌹🌹😓😥😓😥😓RIP Reggie Warren. #DamnReggie."
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