Tina Turner fought life-threatening illnesses for years, now she wants a life out of the spotlight

Tina Turner had a career that has been on for over five decades and she remains one of the best-selling recording artists. Tina’s talent only got noticed when she was 19. Tina’s parents divorced and she had to live with her sister and grandmother.

Tina got into the spotlight when she started performing with Ike Turner, her then-husband before she started a solo career. She was at the top for many years as people fell in love with her passion, energetic stage presence, and get magical vocals.

She went off the stage years ago because of the health challenges she encountered from 2013-2018. She’s alive today and better than she can remember.

Tina suffered a stroke and was having a hard time using her right hand and lost the ability to speak. She recovered after and we all thought she was doing great but was diagnosed with intestinal cancer, followed by kidney failure.

Many people couldn’t be aware of his predicament if not for her book, Tina Turner: My Love Story, a book published two years ago.

It was a near-death experience for her as she felt that if her kidney will no longer be there, death was ready to take her and she was ready for whatever was coming.

She later got a kidney transplant and a part of her colon was removed also during the surgery. The kidney donor was no other person but her husband Erwin Bach.

Her fans were worried and eager to know how she made it through those challenging health adventures, but she believes she’s still here, closer than ever.

Recently she released a video on her 80th birthday and it seems like the celebrity has a lot to say to her fans. In a Documentary titled Tina, she spoke about her life in general and how she has been battling PTSD. She was abused by her former husband, Tuner and she never got over it as the scars never want to heal completely. She mentioned entering the final phase of her life which is being out of the spotlight.

We hope she’s finally going to get all the happiness in the world, we hope she overcomes all the trauma she’s going through, no more health challenges, and may she have the best life she has always wanted.

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