Meat Loaf died 'from Covid' after speaking out about vaccines

Meat Loaf performs at Newbury Racecourse, Newbury.
Meat Loaf performs at Newbury Racecourse, Newbury.

Sources have told TMZ that the singer became seriously ill with Covid, a condition that became critical.

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Meat Loaf, the singer with hits such as Bat Out of Hell and I'd Do Anything For Love, has died at the age of 74 from Covid, according to sources.

The star's manager Michael Greene confirmed the news of his death earlier today.

Sources have told TMZ the singer became seriously ill with Covid, a condition that became critical.

Meat Loaf had been outspoken on the pandemic, and criticised vaccine mandates in Australia. It is not known if he was vaccinated.

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