Singer C Ashley Brown-Lawrence passed away after major health battle that saw fluid accumulating in her brain

Christian singer C Ashley Brown-Lawrence has passed away after suffering a stroke and fighting a serious health battle that led to fluid accumulating in her brain before her death.

The Gospel singer was well-known among fans for her powerful voice. Her songs such as I’m Depending on You, I’ve Got the Victory Single and more touched the hearts of many. Her father, Bishop John Eric Brown, recently revealed that C Ashely Brown Lawrence who was in her 30s has sadly passed away. Many fans took to Twitter to mourn the star’s untimely death.

C Ashley Brown Lawrence has passed away

Taking to his Instagram Ashley’s husband of eight years Regi C Lawrence wrote on Thursday, July 6, “My life was favored beyond measure to have such a fragrance for 13 years. My heart is broken but I have no doubt God will get glory out of her life. My answer is and will always be, YES LORD,” a heartbroken Regi said.

He shared the Brown and Lawrence family’s statement announcing Ashley’s death. “We sadly announce the transition of our Beloved C.Ashley Brown-Lawrence,” the statement read.

Mourning his daughter Ashley’s dad took to Facebook writing, “God considered me special to have let me father the sweetest, caring, genuine, anointed, singing girl in the whole world!! My best friend, my ride or die, my encourager, my confidant, my Boonie! I’m lost right now!!”

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Ashley struggled with massive medical issues before death

Just like her father Ashley’s husband Regi had been documenting her medical condition via his social media. The singer’s family made an effort to keep fans informed about what was happening with her health.

In an Instagram post from last week, he detailed the medical issues Ashley had been fighting. He shared that the Neurosurgeon and the Neurologist had noted that her “drainage is lower than average” and that there wasn’t a need for “surgical intervention to place a shunt.” For the unversed, a shunt is a hole or a small passage that allows the movement of fluid from one part of the body to the other. Regi noted that the doctors were considering placing it in her skull to “assist in the removal of excess fluid accumulating in the brain.”

In a Facebook post shared by her father on July 4, it was revealed that since Regi’s update, Ashley had suffered a serious stroke. “We need to pray for BRAIN ACTIVITY!!” her father said in another post.

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