LaShun Pace has been reported dead from organ failure. Her sister, Lydia revealed this sad news on Twitter. The official Twitter page of LaShun Pace has also confirmed the singer’s death.
Reports say Pace’s death happened on Monday 21 March from organ failure. Lydia further revealed that her sister had been on dialysis for five years waiting for a kidney transplant and had died of organ failure Monday morning.
Who Is LaShun Pace?
LaShun Pace was an American gospel singer, songwriter and evangelist. Tarrian LaShun Pace was born on September 6, 1961, in
Atlanta, Georgia. She died at the age of 60 this month (March) 21, 2022.
Is LaShun Pace Dead?
Yes, LaShun Pace is dead at age 60. She died from an organ failure on 21st March 2022. Her death has been confirmed by a family member called Lydia.
Her official Twitter page with this handle: @OfficialLashun has also confirmed her death.
“It is with deep sorrow the Pace family announces the transition of #LashunPace official details forthcoming.”
Pace was popularly known to be part of the Grammy-nominated sibling gospel group called The Anointed Pace Sisters.
In the 1970s she was part of Atlanta’s group called Poole Creek which was made up of nine sisters. They performed in churches exhibiting their singing talents in the Christian music genre. This became a platform leading to their stardom.
In 2007 she became very famous in the Christian music industry and was nominated for Urban Performer of the Year in the Visionary Awards in 2009. She was also an award winner.
She is well remembered for her songs such as “I Know I’ve Been Changed” and “Act Like You Know”.
“Act Like You Know” became the soundtrack for a recent TikTok challenge, which saw users acting out real-life and relatable situations to its tune.
Many fans have shared their pains and condolences on Twitter. Atlanta broadcaster Larry Reid also posted:
“We have lost one of the baddest sopranoos to ever walk this earth…
“The Pace Sisters recently loss their sister songbird Duranice Pace and Mom Pastor Betty Pace. Pray for them and all of us who will mourn this loss.”