The new bombshell book has made some shocking allegations about the day RnB singer and actress Aaliyah boarded a private jet that took her life.
The Grammy winner’s life was cut drastically short when the light aircraft crashed in the Bahamas in 2001, killing her, the pilot, and all eight passengers on board. She lived to just 22 years old.
A new biography titled Baby Girl: Better Known as Aaliyah, by music journalist Kathy Iandoli, alleges the singer — full name Aaliyah Dana Haughton — was given a sleeping pill and carried unconscious onto the aircraft before her fatal crash.
“They took her out of the van; she didn’t even know she was getting boarded on a plane,” eyewitness Kingsley Russell, who was with Aaliyah before she boarded the aircraft, said. “She went on the airplane asleep.”
Russell was only 13 at the time and it’s her family who owns a taxi company that Aaliyah used on one of her trips to Miami. It is rumored that Russell herself drove them all back from filming in the Bahamas, where they had been making music videos for ‘Rock The Boat’.
Russell was only 13 at the time, but she drove Aaliyah and her entourage to the airport for their return flight!
Aaliyah was an anxious flyer and she had reservations about boarding the private jet according to a recent report from The New York Post. A member of her team handed her a sleeping pill, which put the actress in deep sleep before allegedly carrying her unconscious onto their plane.
Aaliyah was an anxious flyer with a reputation for being cautious. The private jet she boarded on September 25, 2001, had eight passengers as well as their bags and cameras onboard and is believed to have been approaching its weight limit by the time Aaliyah heard about it from her team members who were already aboard. She reportedly refused boarding at first because of how uncomfortable this made her feel but eventually took a sleeping pill to get some rest before getting onto the plane which put her into a deep sleep while carrying unconsciousness onto the board just moments after taking the medication
“The only thing I’ve taken with me is that after 20 years, I can finally say that Aaliyah didn’t want to get on the plane,” Russell said in the book. “That makes me feel a little better, but not much. This didn’t have to happen. She should still be here, and I think that’s the saddest part about it.”
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- Aaliyah was an anxious flyer with a reputation for being cautious. The private jet she boarded on September 25, 2001, had eight passengers as well as their bags and cameras onboard and is believed to have been approaching its weight limit by the time Aaliyah heard about it from her team members who were already aboard.
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