R& B Singer Puff Johnson Loses Battle With Cervical Cancer
Puff Johnson, whose real name was Ewanya Johnson, reportedly died on June 24, 2013 after long battle with cervical cancer.
Johnson emerged on the music scene with the singles Forever More and Over & Over, which appeared on the soundtrack of the film The First Wives Club.
Miracle, her only album was released in 1996. In 1997 Johnson toured Europe as an opening act for Michael Jackson.
Johnson lived in South Africa in 2009 before her stay was cut short when she was arrested and deported to the US in 2010 for not having proper documentation.
Johnson was 40-years-old.