Miley Cyrus is vowing to “take care of” the 12-year-old daughter of former “Voice” contestant Janice Freeman who died Saturday at age 33.
A statement Freeman’s management posted to her Instagram Stories said the singer died of “an extreme case of pneumonia and a blood clot that traveled to her heart.”
Freeman, who competed as part of Cyrus’ team during Season 13 of NBC’s singing competition in 2017, had an inspirational story: she had beaten cervical cancer and was living with the autoimmune disease lupus. Her impact on her coach is evident from the multiple Instagram posts Cyrus dedicated to her.
“To hug you one more time @janicefreeman ….” Cyrus captioned a post on Monday.
“I made a promise to you here on earth and will keep that promise as you watch from heaven,” she continued. “To take care of your precious little girl, my baby sister. To shine light on your husband and mother when days are dark!”
In addition to her daughter Hannah, Freeman leaves behind her husband Dion, her mother Janice, and brothers and sisters, according to her management team.
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