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Popular music artist Lukasz Gottwald AKA Dr Luke reportedly dies

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Popular Music record producer Lukasz Gottwald who is also known as Dr Luke has been reported dead.

The shocking news that is still not believed to be true was shared by the singer’s wife Jessica James through her private Instagram account although some Twitter folks have slammed the death report as to be fake with many saying it was a faked screenshot of his wife saying Luke passed away about 2 months ago.

 

According to Jessica through the alleged fake post said that Dr Luke passed away on Wednesday night after suffering from coronavirus since April.

”Hey guys, It’s Lukasz’wife Jessica. I am heartbroken to say that my Husband passed away Wednesday night. He was a good man and people tried to make him seem like he was a bad guy even though he wasn’t. He was a  very talented man and created amazing music for so many artists. Our close friends are heartbroken by this announcement. He passed due to coronavirus as he has been dealing with it since April. He had a successful comeback this year and went #1 again and i was so happy of him. Lukasz wil deeply be missed. Thank you for reading”

Relating the sad news was Yashir Ali on Twitter who said:

“Dr. Luke is trending because there are rumours going around (based on an alleged Instagram post by his partner) that he has passed away.

I’ve texted the cell phone belonging to Dr. Luke to check. Have also asked his attorney for comment.”

It is believed that the whole story about Dr Lukes death is a hoax and not true as many people have started debunking the news and relating it ti be a fake post allegedly posted a few months back my Dr Luke’s wife.

Dr. Luke was born Lukasz Gottwald in 1973 in Providence, RI. He grew up in New York City and attended the Manhattan School of Music until 1997, when he landed a gig with the Saturday Night Live television show’s house band.

He spent ten years with the band on lead guitar, occasionally moonlighting as a producer to underground hip-hop artists like Black Star and KRS-One.

The development of a professional relationship with producer Max Martin would steer Luke toward the world of pop, and in 2004 the two would co-write and co-produce two huge hits for Kelly Clarkson, “Since U Been Gone” and “Behind These Hazel Eyes.” In 2006 his work on the singles “Who Knew” and “U + Ur Hand” would help P!nk’s album I’m Not Dead go platinum, while in 2007 his collaboration with Avril Lavigne would result in the worldwide number one hit “Girlfriend.” In 2008 he was the man behind massive hits like “About You Now” by the Sugababes and “I Kissed a Girl” and “Hot ‘n’ Cold,” the latter two by Katy Perry. In 2009 he and rapper Flo Rida topped the charts with “Right Round,” while Kelly Clarkson earned her first U.K. number one single with the Dr. Luke co-production “My Life Would Suck Without You.” Miley Cyrus’ “Party in the U.S.A.” and Kesha’s “Tik Tok” were other 2009 hits with Dr. Luke’s involvement, while 2010 saw him work on Katy Perry’s “California Gurls” and “Teenage Dream” plus Taio Cruz’s hit “Dynamite.”

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