Silk Reveals Trump Is Covering Costs of Diamond’s Funeral: ‘This Is What a President’s Supposed to Do’

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Lynette “Diamond” Hardaway of the pro-Trump duo “Diamond and Silk” unexpectedly passed away earlier this month at her North Carolina home at the age of 51. Far too soon.

Few would argue Hardaway’s status as one of former President Donald Trump’s biggest fans, and as her sister Rochelle “Silk” Richardson revealed during a celebration of life ceremony for Diamond on Saturday, the love between Hardaway and Trump was nothing less than reciprocal.

Not only did Trump heavily promote the ceremony for his friend on his Truth Social platform, but Richardson also took a moment during the ceremony to praise Trump for picking up the cost of the celebration of life ceremony and whatever funeral arrangements Richardson thought would be best for her dear sister.

“Silk talks about how DJT told her to have whatever she wants for Diamonds funeral and he would cover the costs. I love this man,” one Twitter user wrote.

“I got to tell this,” Richardson said. “And I pray and hope that it is OK with President Trump because, he does things and it don’t get out in public, and now that I have the world’s attention, I have to say this.”

“When I told him that Diamond had passed, he said, ‘ohhh,’ he was heartbroken. He said, ‘OK, we’re going to have a nice gathering for her, a nice funeral,’ and I said oh no we don’t have a body. We followed her wishes and we cremated her. He said ‘OK, I want you to do whatever you want, I want you to have the best of whatever you want, and whatever you want Diamond would have, and I don’t want you to worry about paying for nothing,’” Richardson said.

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