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R&B Singer Freddie Jackson Loses More Weight . . . Now Just 100 Pounds!! (Is He OKAY??)


R&B legendary singer Freddie Jackson has been losing weight recently - and some are speculating that something may be wrong with his health. To date, Freddie has not spoken out openly about any serious health ailment. 

But it's getting harder and harder to deny that something seems to be wrong with the singer. Look at his recent appearance. According to a bunch of people who saw him in person, Freddie appears to be around 100 pounds. He's not very tall, but 100 pounds for a grown man is FRIGHTENINGLY small.

But despite whatever it is that has Freddie losing all that weight, he still sounds great and gives great performance. Check him out doing his thing in the below video. Freddie still knows how too work a crowd while performing:

We send our prayers to Freddie and hope everything works out for him.

Frederick Anthony "Freddie" Jackson (born October 2, 1956) is an American Grammy-nominated singer. Originally from New York, Jackson began his professional music career in the late 1970s with the California funk band Mystic Merlin. Among his well–known R&B/Soul hits are "Rock Me Tonight (For Old Times Sake)" (1985), "Have You Ever Loved Somebody" (1986), "Jam Tonight" (1986), "Do Me Again" (1990) and "You Are My Lady" (1985). He contributed to the soundtrack for the 1989 film, All Dogs Go to Heaven with the duet "Love Survives" alongside Irene Cara.