Halle Berry ‘upset’ over ‘Babes’ coaster death

Halle Berry 'upset' over 'Babes' coaster death
Diesel Reid, who starred with Perry in the 1997 comedy “PABS”, died of colon cancer on Monday. She is 53 years old.
Berry Posted a clip on his verified Instagram account From the film showing her hugging while DeCelle Reid is in the role as well.

“I’m in complete shock. Completely heartbroken. It will take a minute,” Perry’s headline read.

Written by actress Troy Byrne and directed by Robert Townsend, the film revolves around two Georgia women who go to Los Angeles to raise some money to start their own business.

Perry also posted Series of photos Downsent writes under the headline “Facilitating our divine connection by transforming our lives and uniting us in roles that will affect our culture for future generations.”
“I am forever grateful for that moment. Natalie was one of the most wonderful people I have ever known.” The title was read. “The second I met her our hearts were bound together – we had an indescribable connection and she was the same sweet self all the years I knew her.”

Diesel Reid has appeared in a number of projects, including the 2011 Tyler Perry movie “Media’s Big Happy Family” and the TV sitcom “Eve”.

Dessel Reid wrote that “her light could never be dimmed, and it was contagious.”

“Natalie represented real black women, but black women are not considered,” Perry wrote. “For that she was often valued and passed on – she really missed the stage she deserved. But her light continues to shine through the people who grew up watching her, those who knew her well and loved her.”

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