Jamal Edwards, an entrepreneur in the music industry, passed away as a result of his use of hard drugs, as disclosed by his mother, Brenda Edwards.
At an inquest that was held in the West London Coroner’s Court on Tuesday, June 7, it was revealed that the man, who was 31 years old and had taken the pills in February, passed away from cardiac arrhythmia.
Brenda played a key role in his Sons life. The Loose Women star Brenda first introduced his son to the spotlight.
In this article, we are going to talk about who Brenda Edwards is.
Who is Brenda Edwards?
Brenda Claudina is a popular singer, actress and television personality. She is also popular for being the mother of Jamal Edwards
She competed in the second season of The X Factor in 2005 and came in fourth place overall.
Since the year 2019, she has been participating on the Loose Women panel on a regular basis. It was in January 2021 when she was given the role of host on the BBC One program Songs of Praise.
In 2005, Edwards appeared on the second season of The X Factor. She competed in the Over-25s category with Andy Abraham, Chico Slimani, and Maria Lawson, and was mentored by Sharon Osbourne. Edwards sang “Son of a Preacher Man” live for the first time.
Following The X Factor, Edwards was cast as Mama Morton in the hit West End musical Chicago, where she remained until March 2007.
She was asked to reprise her role as Mama Morton during the Christmas season of 2007-08, between 10 December 2007 and 26 January 2008.
Edwards has two children from a previous relationship, Jamal (1990-2022) and Tanisha. Jamal founded SB.TV and owned Just Jam, a Sony subsidiary record company, until his death in 2022.