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Musician JJ Phillips, best known for competing on “America’s Got Talent”, has died of COVID-19. He was 30 years old.

His band confirmed the news on social media on Friday. “It is with great sadness that we inform you of the loss of our bandmate/brother/and friend @jayjayrocks. It still doesn’t feel real and we would give anything to replace it. Please respect the family.” , as well as our wishes. As we take our time to grieve and process this hurtful loss,” the band wrote. instagram,


“We miss you brother, every second of every minute, every day. Thank you for teaching us all to laugh a little more. Rock in Paradise,” the statement concluded.

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Phillips, who was reportedly not vaccinated, was reportedly battling the virus over the Thanksgiving holiday and is believed to be getting worse, according to family members. TMZ.

His family asked him to go to the hospital, but he refused. Phillips’ girlfriend and mother later found him dead in the same house.

His father, who lived with Rocker, is currently on a ventilator in the hospital, at the outlet.

Phillips appeared on Season 4 of the NBC talent competition series and was cast. He later appeared in season 12 but was cut again.

A representative for the show did not immediately return Granthshala News’ request for comment.