Sinead O’Connor
Singer-songwriter Sinéad O’Connor has died at 56. The Met Police said O’Connor was found unresponsive in a home in southeast London.
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Sinead O’Connor “never” wants to “spend time with white people again”.

The ‘Nothing Compares 2 U’ hitmaker recently converted to Islam and changed her name to Shuhada’, which means “martyrs” in Arabic, and has now said she is “disgusted” by people who don’t follow her faith, and now no longer wants to spend time with them.
Sinead O’Connor emotionally pleaded for help from her family and opened up about her mental illness in a Facebook video posted from a New Jersey motel she had been living in.