"She Did Not Die from Self-Harm:" Father of the Late Mandisa Claims


John Hundley, the father of the late Mandisa, believes that his daughter did not die from self-harm. Instead, he believes that she did with a COVID related illness. The Franklin Police Department had previously said that there was no indication her death was the result of suspicious or criminal activity. 

The GMA Dove Award and GRAMMY® Award-winning artist passed away Thursday, April 18th, 2024 in her home in Nashville. She was 47. The cause of death is not yet known. 

Speaking at his daughter's funeral serviceon April 27th at Brentwood Baptist Church in Nashville, Tennessee, John Hundley said he'd spoken to detectives on several occasions and had stayed at his daughter's house since her passing. He announced to the congregation that Mandisa's official cause of death would not be released for a couple of weeks. 

"But here's what I think happened," he said. "Mandisa fell down in her bedroom. They found her on the floor. If you look from the rear of her bed, she was laying on the left side. It's clear that's where she was laying, there was a couple of big rugs there and some clothes. On the right side of the bed, front, was this nightstand. I found her phone on the right side of the bed. There was no way for Mandisa to get around the bed, go out there and get a phone to call for help.

"She did not harm herself," he stressed. "As she said, Mandisa loved the Lord and the Lord loved Mandisa. So there's one thing you may not have known. She told me some time ago that she had gotten COVID-19 and she had been weak trying to get over that. But she was trying to press through. We talked so much on Easter morning, but I thought she was going to this conference, and so I had not called her recently but I've talked to her a lot. May she rest in peace now."




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