Boy George’s mother, Dinah O’Dowd, died at 84 with her other six children around her.
When his mother died, George Alan O’Dowd, who used to be the lead singer of the band Culture Club, was holding her hand.
“I am unfortunate that Boy George’s beloved mother, Dinah, has died. George and his family are devastated,” his manager told Mail Online in a statement.
“They were all at her bedside when she died, and George held her hand.”
George has four brothers and one sister. In 2004, his father died.
“He wants me to tell you how grateful he is for all the love and support he is getting, even though he can’t reply.” “Even though he can’t talk back, he feels grateful, and the messages help,” the announcement said.
“George and his family would now like to politely ask for some privacy so they can grieve and accept their heartbreaking loss.”
In 2020, George talked about his mother’s “heart or lung problems” and said she had just come home from the hospital.
“My mom is fine. She’s home now. He told Good Morning Britain then, “She was in the hospital for two days, but it wasn’t because of the corona, so that’s good.”
“And it wasn’t what we thought it was at first, so it was all about getting her home from the hospital because my mother is 82, and with everything going on, it’s not the best place for her to be.”
The singer, whose biggest hits were “Karma Chameleon” and “Do You Want to Hurt Me?” has talked about his family and childhood in the past.
He said that his family was “stable” and “dependable.”
“Yes, it’s often dysfunctional, but I love my family very much, and I’m happy I have a big family because there’s always someone who can bring you back down to earth and remind you who you are. He told The Guardian in 2011 that this was very important.
“I’m the middle child who needs help. The child in the middle is always crazy. My brother Kevin, who was born a year after me, almost died when he was born because he had a tapeworm.
“I wasn’t that important for about two years. That may have made a big difference in my life.
“All I Remember About Being A Child Is Being Quite Independent.
“I used to go off alone and walk for miles.” When I was about 11, I found out where David Bowie lived, and I would go and sit outside his house.
“I wasn’t interested in the same kinds of things that my brothers were.
“They liked Farrah Fawcett-Majors and pretty girls, and I liked Bowie, Jewel, and Busby Berkeley.
“My family is stability and dependability to me.”
Some of George’s friends and fans have publicly discussed O’Dowd’s death.
“God Bless You, You Wonderful Woman.” Dinah, my heart goes out to @boygeorgeofficial and the whole O’Dowd family. In an Instagram post, close friend DJ Fat Tony said, “What an amazing, beautiful, strong woman. We will miss you, X.”
“I’m glad they were all with her. A fan said, “In loving memory of Dinah O’Dowd and with the deepest sympathy on her death.”
“It’s so sad, but all a mother wants is for her kids to be with her when she dies. They are all lucky to have been together. Love and strength to all of them. Rest in peace, Mrs. O’Dowd,” said a second person.
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