R&B singer Ginuwine dies, unconscious after Criss Angel’s dangerous magic stunt fails

R&B singer Jenwen He was fighting for his life after a dangerous stunt went wrong during a rehearsal at Criss Angel’s Magic with the Stars show.

Earlier this week, the 51-year-old artist reportedly lost consciousness after submerging himself under water while holding his breath in a glass box with heavy chains on the outside, a Genwen representative confirmed with Fox News Digital.

“Genoin is fine, and has made a full recovery,” his representative revealed in a statement.

“He was conquering fear. Fortunately, everything is fine because he has been working with Criss Angel, the best in the business.”

In a video he got daily MailThe “Pony” singer is seen quickly being pulled out of the water after being submerged in the cube for at least 10 seconds. Then he gasped for air, and the staff carried him and threw him to the ground.

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“Are you well?” A staff member asked Ginuwine after a life-threatening stunt.

He was an R&a singer; B Ginuwine fights for his life after a dangerous stunt occurs during a rehearsal at Criss Angel’s Magic with the Stars.
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He nodded to confirm that he was conscious.

Paramedics have been called for help “In Those Jeans” singer He indicated that he fully recovered after his death from a risky act, according to the media.

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“It all happened so quickly, it was as if he had been taken advantage of in a fight,” the source said.

The source continued, “On the show he was trying to overcome his fear of being underwater because he couldn’t hold his breath for more than 15 seconds before trying the trick.”

“Although he failed at rehearsals, he continued to stunt the show, and everyone was crying.”

The phantom Chris Angel flashes a peace sign from inside an airtight container submerged in a 2,000-gallon water tank, which he'll have 33 hours to escape from during his performance "oasis," His most challenging escape yet, in Bryant Park.

Phantom Chris Angel flashes his peace sign from inside an airtight container submerged in a 2,000-gallon water tank, from which he’ll have 33 hours to escape as he performs “Oasis,” his toughest escape to date, in Bryant Park.
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Ginuwine, whose real name is Elgin Baylor Lumpkin, took to his Instagram Thursday after his trick to let his fans know he’s doing well.

The artist commented on his message after sharing a selfie: “Laughing my ass, Prince said it’s the best lololol game.”

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The hashtags included #love #life #laugh #imgood #superman #imnotdead.

former “Saturday Night Live” star Jay Pharoah, along with other Ginuwine fans, commented on his post by sending his best wishes.

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Pharaoh wrote: “I’m glad you’re fine, brother.”


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