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The sudden dying of rapper Heavy D recently was triggered with a lung embolism carrying out a lengthy flight, based on a medical examiner's report launched Tuesday.
The rapper, whose real title was Dwight Arrington Myers, was discovered unconscious within the pathway of his Beverly Hillsides home on November. 8 and was later pronounced dead in a La hospital. He was 44.
Craig Harvey, chief from the La County Department of Coroner, stated a bloodstream clot created in Myers' lung, probably "throughout a long plane ride," based on the La Occasions. Myers had flown home from London shortly before his dying.
Myers also experienced from deep leg vein thrombosis and cardiovascular disease, Harvey stated.
Initial autopsy leads to November were not yet proven. Sources told entertainment website TMZ at that time that Myers have been struggling with pneumonia.
While Harvey stated the rapper have been dealing with themself with cough syrup, the coroner added the medication "wasn't contributory" to Myers' dying.
The Grammy nominee had multiple hits throughout his 25-year career, including his cover of "Mr. Large Stuff" later and 1991's "Since We Found Love."