Tina Turner’s daughter-in-law Adifa revealed that the singer ‘feared’ her son will be abusive like his father Ike Turner.
Iconic singer Tina Turner’s cause of death revealed a day after her death on Wednesday 24 May. Here’s what we know…
South Africans took to Twitter to pay tribute to ‘Simply The Best’ hitmaker Tina Turner, who died on Wednesday 24 May.
Nelson Mandela’s grandson Mandla called on artists not to ‘repeat the mistake’ of late Tina Turner, who performed in SA during Apartheid.
It’s no secret, Ike and Tina Turner were hailed as the most famous married musical duo of all time, but behind the scenes lay a dark secret.
Tina Turner – who performed several shows in Apartheid South Africa in 1979 – later claimed she ‘regretted’ her actions.
A video of Beyoncé meeting Tina Turner had Tweeps in their feelings more so that the rock ‘n’ roll star was her icon and has recently died.
Two years before her untimely death, Tina Turner and her husband Erwin Bach bought an R1.4 billion mansion in Staefa Village, near Zurich.
After watching a video of Oprah Winfrey’s reaction to Tina Turner on her 50th birthday, a Twitter user said she reacted just ‘like a kid’.
Former US president Barack Obama’s condolences message to legendary musician Tina Turner left her fans emotional.
Although Tina Turner and her ex-husband Ike’s career appeared picture-perfect on the outside, their marriage was nothing of the sort.
Who was Tina Turner’s first husband? From a drug addiction to abuse allegations, meet Ike Turner, who died in 2007 at the age of 76.
Tina Turner died on 24 May at the age of 83. Oprah Winfrey pulled on her online followers’ heartstrings as she spoke about the late star.
BREAKING NEWS just in. Tina Turner – one of rock’s great vocalists and most charismatic performers – has died aged 83.
Thunderstruck! Prince William rocks out to AC/DC and says ‘Simply the Best’ by Tina Turner reminds him of school runs with Princess Diana.
Tina Turner and Jay-Z feature among the 2021 Rock and Roll Hall of Fame class, the organisation announced on Wednesday 12 May.
Rockers the Foo Fighters, Jay-Z, Iron Maiden, Dionne Warwick and Carole King are among the 2021 Rock and Roll Hall of Fame nominees.
The former music producer contracted the virus in jail while serving a 19-year sentence for murder.