Hip-hop singer John ‘Ecstasy’ Fletcher from ’80s hip-hop group Whodini lifeless at 56



Within the assertion confirming his demise, daughter Jonnelle Fletcher known as him “a most endeared, beneficiant, and honest soul.”

“John ‘Ecstasy’ Fletcher was a beloved man, the life accomplice to Deltonia and ex-husband to Carla, twin brother to Joseph, artist, pal, and lifelong performing accomplice to the Legendary Jalil of Whodini,” the assertion reads.

“Please ship love and prayers to our household, and with open hearts we ask the ancestors to cowl his soul in peace and tranquility. Play his music if it strikes you, and know he’ll be listening to you on his manner residence at the present time, Dec twenty third.”

Portrait of members of the American Hip-hop group Whodini, Jalil Hutchins (left) and John Fletcher (aka Ecstasy) as they pose backstage at the UIC Pavilion, Chicago on October 20, 1984.

Whodini was identified for its singles like “Buddies” and “Freaks Come Out at Evening.”

Hip-hop musician Ahmir Khalib Thompson, higher often called Questlove, tweeted his condolences on Wednesday.

“One Like to Ecstasy of the Legendary #Whodini. This man was legendary and a pivotal member of one of the crucial legendary teams in hip hop,” Thompson wrote.

Jermaine Dupri remembered Fletcher on Twitter, writing, “thanks for each phrase, each dialog each good time, might your soul Relaxation In Energy.”

Fletcher’s reason for demise is unknown right now.


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