When she was 18, Tina met Ike Turner, who was singing with his band, the Kings of Rhythm. Following a couple of years together, by a bit of good fortune, Tina inspired her desire to sing when Kings of Rhythm vocalist, Art Lassiter, neglected to appear at the chronicle studio. Tina remained in for him, and the tune she sang, A Fool in Love” discovered its approach to R&B mark, Sue Records. POOH DUTCH BROS COFFEE SHIRT. Who purchased the rights and propelled Tina’s singing profession.
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Be that as it may, Ike had just started manhandling her, hitting her regularly while on cocaine, pouring hot espresso all over, and consuming her lips with cigarettes. It drove Tina to endeavor suicide in 1968, taking 50 valium just for the medical clinic to siphon her stomach and for her to resuscitate with Ike next to her.