According to Betty White’s representative, Jeff Witjas, the debunked allegation that White had just had a COVID-19 booster shot on December 28 was snuffed out by the White camp.
“People are claiming that her death was caused by a booster shot she had received three days prior, but this is not the case. She died as a result of natural causes “he explained.
Stomping on false, according to recent reports regarding the COVID-19 booster shot, iconic actress Betty White passed away quietly in her sleep at her home as a result of natural causes, according to her representative.
In a shocking turn of events, White died on Friday at the age of 99, just two weeks before she would have celebrated her 100th birthday.
Following her death, various claims appeared on the internet stating that the Emmy winner had died as a result of complications resulting from the COVID-19 booster dose she had received just days before her death.
Meanwhile, White’s agent, Jeff Witjas, who was also a close friend of the actor, recently slammed the rumors in a statement. The late Betty died quietly in her sleep at her residence, according to Witjas in a statement to People magazine.
Witjas also slammed a debunked rumor that stated White had received a COVID-19 booster shot on December 28, which was later proven to be false.
“People are claiming that her death was caused by a booster shot she had received three days prior, but this is not the case. She died as a result of natural causes.
Because she led a life that was not political in nature, her death should not be politicized “He explained himself to the magazine.
The late Allen Ludden’s name was yelled out by White just seconds before she passed away, according to a new interview with Page Six. Vicki Lawrence, White’s ‘Mama’s Family’ co-star, disclosed the news in a new interview with Page Six.
“I texted Carol [Burnett] and said, ‘This is really, really bad.’ This irritates me. ‘It’s just sad to have the people you care about the most leave you,’ Carol texted back, adding, ‘I understand completely.
The last thing out of Betty’s mouth, according to the assistant who was with her when she died away, was ‘Allen,’ I spoke with her about this and she confirmed it “Lawrence was willing to share.
On January 17, this year, the Emmy Award-winning actor, who was born in 1922, would have celebrated her 100th birthday. She passed away on December 31st.
She was most recognized for her portrayal of Rose Nylund in the television series ‘The Golden Girls,’ which lasted from 1985 until 1992.
Furthermore, White received five primetime Emmy Awards — two for her role in ‘Mary Tyler Moore,’ one for her role in ‘Golden Girls,’ and one for her appearance on ‘Saturday Night Live’ in 1975 — as well as Screen Actors Guild Awards, American Comedy Awards, and even a Grammy Award in 2012.