According to a London coroner’s office, the individual passed away due to natural causes on Tuesday.
O’Connor passed away in July of 2023 at the age of 56.
O’Connor was discovered unconscious in her residence in London and declared deceased at the location, according to CBS News.was
It was not deemed suspicious.
According to a statement published by the London Inner South Coroner’s Court on July 27, the English authorities performed an autopsy as no immediate cause of death was known.
She achieved legendary status in the music industry, producing popular songs such as “Nothing Compares 2 U” and receiving eight Grammy Award nominations throughout her time as a musician. In 1991, she won the Best Alternative Album Grammy. Though she retired from music in 2003, she still released new music, including her 2014 album “I’m Not Bossy, I’m the Boss.”
O’Connor was candid about her personal life, disclosing that she had been diagnosed with bipolar disorder and discussing it on social media.
In 2022, after her son Shane died by suicide, the woman was hospitalized after expressing on Twitter that life was meaningless without him. She then attempted to end her own life.
In 2018, the musician announced her conversion to Islam and adopted the name Shuhada’ Davitt, which was later changed to Shuhada Sadaqat. However, she still goes by her professional name Sinéad O’Connor.
O’Connor’s passing has left behind three children, as stated in a statement released by her family in July, expressing their deep sorrow.
We regret to inform you that our dear Sinéad has passed away, according to a statement from her family. They are heartbroken and have asked for privacy during this challenging period.
tributes and heartfelt messages.
Celebrities from all over the globe paid tribute and shared heartfelt messages in honor of O’Connor’s passing.on social media.
In Bray, Ireland, those grieving the loss of O’Connor paid their respects by leaving flowers at her previous residence and lining the roads to bid farewell during her funeral procession, which was followed by a private ceremony.