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Betty Wright, ‘Clean Up Woman’ soul singer, dies at 66

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Betty Wright, ‘Clean Up Woman’ soul singer, dies at 66

Betty Wright, an R&B and soul singer recognized for her 1971 top-10 hit “Clear Up Lady,” died Sunday after battling most cancers. She was 66.

The singer’s loss of life was confirmed to The News Observers by Wright’s niece, who broke the information in a tweet. Essence, quoting sources near Wright’s household, additionally confirmed the singer’s loss of life. BET additionally confirmed the singer’s loss of life.

 

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