American music maestro and legend, Donald James “Don” Moen who was reported dead has debunked the rumours.
The “God Will Make A Way” hitmaker who was even in Ghana in March this year for Ghana Praise and on several occasions for Gospel concerts and other projects, was reported dead after a short battle with stomach pain early Wednesday, July 12.
American news outfit Houston Chronicle TV reported, “An American singer-songwriter, pastor evangelist, Don Moen has died after short battle with stomach pain.
“His family confirmed that he died early this morning at General Acute Care (GAC) Hospital in California shortly after being rushed to the hospital.
“The cause of his death is not immediately known as the body is deposited at the morgue for autopsy.
“President Donald also has expressed his tributes, saying Don Moen was “one of the best gospel artists that the country has ever produced,” it said.
Despite the fact that some people didn’t believe the news, Don Moen’s Wikipedia page was edited to indicate he is late.
But soon after the news hit online, Nigerian gospel star, Frank Edwards debunked the story in a tweet where he shared a private convo he had with Don’s son Michael Moen confirming that his dad (Don Moen) was alive and healthy.
In the brief convo, Micheal said his dad was very well and that the said website that broke the news was only seeking attention and hits.
Don Moen hence tweeted a photo having a good time with his father, son and grandchildren.
He captioned the photo: “Celebrating 4 generations in Minnesota today! Here’s a photo of my Dad, son John holding Bennett and me holding Luke. Love my family!!!”
Celebrating 4 generations in Minnesota today! Here’s a photo of my Dad, son John holding Bennett and me holding Luke. Love my family!!! pic.twitter.com/DBTKwXfMKs
— Don Moen (@donmoen) July 12, 2017
My current checks reveal that Don Moen’s Wikipedia page has also been reverted to indicate he is alive.