#JohnWitherspoon DEATH CERTIFICATE reveals he had coronary artery disease and more! [Details]

The world is still reeling at the sudden death of beloved entertainer John Witherspoon. New information has surfaced about his health at the time of his passing. It appears that Witherspoon suffered from a number of heart conditions!

[via TMZ]
TMZ obtained the document which says the beloved actor was battling coronary artery disease. It also says he had hypertension, although that’s not listed as a direct cause of the heart attack … but it certainly didn’t help his ability to survive it.

As we reported, John died Oct. 29 at his home in Sherman Oaks, CA. The death certificate lists his time of death as 5:30 PM.

We obtained dispatch audio from John’s death … and you can hear the dispatcher request rescue for an unconscious man, saying he’s under cardiac arrest and CPR was in progress.

It wasn’t long before the dispatcher said the man had died and cancels the rescue.

His family announced the sudden passing saying, “It is with deep sadness we have to tweet this, but our husband & father John Witherspoon has passed away.”

The statement went on, “He was a Legend in the entertainment industry, and a father figure to all who watched him over the years. We love you ‘POPS’ always & forever.”

John, of course, was a legendary comic and actor who had TONS of TV and movie credits to his name. Most notably … John played Willie Jones, father of Ice Cube’s character, Craig, in all of the “Friday” movies.” He was also simply Pops on “The Wayans Bros.”

Healthy living is so important…

May he rest on……

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