After the sudden death of a popular Atlanta radio host, Rickey Smiley’s son Brandon Smiley sent shockwaves through social media that flooded the whole film industry once again. Yes, Brandon Smiley died when he was 32 years old. Follow our website Viralstimes to find out about the latest news!
He was always known for the kind and thoughtful things he did for other people. Sources say that Brandon Smiley died early on Sunday, January 29, 2023. With this, the Atlanta radio host confirmed in a Facebook post that his son had been killed on Sunday.
After Brandon’s father confirmed the news on social media, well-known people like Loni Love, Fred Davenport, and Randall Woodfin sent their condolences to the Smiley family, who are having a hard time.
Loni Love asked her family to pray for her brother Rickey Smiley and his whole family because his son had died. Brandon was such a beautiful light and joy for all of us. This is terrible and heartbreaking.
Many people are also trying to figure out why Brandon died so quickly. Is he sick or hurt in some way? Officials are asking many questions, but they don’t know how Brandon Smiley died. Yes, Brandon’s official cause of death has not been revealed yet, but sources are trying to find out more. Also Read – How did the longtime mayor of Mississauga, Hazel McCallion, die?
Rickey also posted a three-minute video on social media where he said he was on his way to the airport to fly to Birmingham.
Rickey Smiley is well-known for his hilarious comedy and as the host of the popular Atlanta-based talk show “The Rickey Smiley Morning Show.” Brandon also did stand-up comedy and worked as an actor. Rickey also tweeted a photo of his son performing at The StarDome in 2020. After Brandon’s death was officially confirmed, many people reached out to offer their condolences. Also Read – Television’s Frontman Tom Verlaine Passes Away at Age of 73
He was born in Georgia, and his father raised him and his younger siblings, Aaryn Smiley and D’Essence Smiley. He went to The University of Alabama at Birmingham, where he earned a Communications & Media Arts degree in 2012.