Singer’s Wife Tells What Happened After Husband’s Sudden Death

It has been almost three years since Dumile’s death at 49 surprised the entertainment industry.

The wife of the late rapper MF Doom, Jasmine Dumile, recently shared details about the events leading up to his death in October 2020.

According to reports, MF Doom’s death was initially attributed to unknown causes, and the public was not informed until two months later. Dumile mentioned that her husband’s high blood pressure and renal condition were factors in his weight gain and anxiety issues. A problem with his ACE (Angiotensin-converting enzyme inhibitor) medications finally worsened his situation.

The administration of two doses of ACE inhibitors to MF Doom resulted in a sudden deterioration of his condition, causing his blood pressure to increase. According to Dumile, he experienced swelling in his tongue and neck, which led to breathing difficulties and necessitated a visit to the emergency hospital.

MF Doom reportedly contacted Dumile from the hospital in extreme fear, and she used a separate phone to notify the nurses on duty about his urgent need for medical assistance. She couldn’t be by his bedside due to strict COVID limitations.

According to reports, she mentioned that on October 21, MC said it was difficult to breathe and was trying to leave his hospital bed and collapsed, experiencing respiratory arrest.

Dumile was allowed to visit her spouse on October 31.

MF DOOM’s death was potentially influenced by inadequate hospital care and a staffing shortage in the NHS due to COVID-19.

She mentioned that the respirator he was on to assist his breathing was turned off.

Dumile’s legal team claims that employees at Leeds’ St. James Hospital allegedly failed to administer Dumile’s medicine for a swollen throat, resulting in a two-hour delay.

According to reports, doctors reportedly noted that his tongue, throat, and lip enlargement was an uncommon side-effect of the ACE inhibitors. The artist developed angioedema, a disorder that resembles skin-deep hives.