Betty White Allegedly Became Toothpick-Thin, Suffered From Shortness Of Breath Before Her Death
Hollywood is still mourning the death of an icon, Betty White.
Just days before her 100th birthday, White’s rep confirmed that she died peacefully in her sleep. Days later, her cause of death was revealed to be natural causes.
White’s death is still felt across the world. And some people have also started creating dubious claims about her even though she’s no longer around to defend herself.
Last week, there were claims that the Hot in Cleveland alum died after getting her booster shot against COVID-19. However, more reputable sources confirmed that this wasn’t the case.
In its Jan. 17 issue, Globe also claimed that White was already struggling due to her deteriorating health just weeks before her death.
“She’s toothpick-thin and very feeble. She’s often short of breath. She has rarely been seen in public during the past few years. Betty’s been afraid to leave her home due to Covid,” the source said.
The insider also claimed that before White died, she was already starting to forget the names of people. However, the veteran actress allegedly refused to get tested for Alzheimer’s.
The tabloid also spoke to her source expert who thinks that White could’ve suffered from heart failure due to her age.
“Her heart could fail, her liver could fail, her lungs can before dry and she could develop COPD. Up until now she was a living miracle, but Betty White cannot live forever,” the source said.
And while it is true that the actress didn’t live forever, there’s no proof that she suffered from a string of health problems before her death.
Meanwhile, hundreds of people across the globe paid tribute to White after her passing and one of them was Bob Saget. But just days later, the Full House alum also passed away.
“She always said the love of her life was her husband, Allen Ludden, who she lost in 1981. Well, if things work out by Betty’s design— in the afterlife, they are reunited. I don’t know what happens when we die, but if Betty says you get to be with the love of your life, then I happily defer to Betty on this,” Saget wrote.
Saget also gushed over White’s artistry and said that the first time he crossed paths with the actress was when he snuck into the set of The Mary Tyler Show.
To his surprise, White hit everything that she said while filming, according to Fox News.