LFO's Devin Lima Dies At 41

LFO Devin Lima

LFO's Devin Lima Dies At 41

Devin Lima, a member of the '90s pop band LFO, has passed away.

Musician Devin Lima arrives at the 48th Annual Grammy Awards at the Staples Center on February 8, 2006 in Los Angeles. Lima reportedly passed away Wednesday morning from stage four cancer. He had been battling adrenal cancer since previous year.

LFO's lead singer Rich Cronin was 36 when he died in 2010 from leukemia.

LFO scored two top 10 hits in 1999, "Summer Girls" and "Girls on TV", and disbanded after Cronin's death.

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Fischetti said the cancer had spread to Lima's kidney, which doctors had to remove during surgery.

The band initially split in 2002 before reunited in 2009 - however, they split again later that year.

LFO member Brad Fischetti posted an emotional video following the passing of his bandmate Devin Lima.

Lima was diagnosed with stage 4 cancer in October 2017 after he had a massive adrenal tumor removed from his stomach.

Devin was half of a duo. the other half being Brad Fischetti. "We will do our best to make him proud, carry on his legacy, and to usher LFO into the future". "It's devastating news, but at the same time, there's nobody I know stronger than Devin Lima. No one has a stronger body, mind or soul and if anybody can defeat this than it's Devin". "To his six kids, he was a father, to their mother, a wonderful partner", the singer continued. "My friends - Harold 'Devin" Lima has disappeared".

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