Glad Mondays’ Shaun Ryder has revealed his brother was going deaf 24 hours before he died as mystery grows over what the singer has branded his sibling’s ‘iffyi passing.
In an exclusive joint statement issued to Mail Online as they wait for autopsy results, the Ryder family said the symptom got here three weeks after Paul got a Covid booster – which Shaun, 59, is convinced ‘triggered’ his younger sibling’s passing.
World Health Organisation officials admitted in March they were investigating ‘rare instances’ of hearing loss and ‘other auditory disturbances’ – including tinnitus – related to Covid-19 vaccinations
Tragedy: Shaun Ryder’s brother Paul, (left), was going deaf 48 hours before his death as mystery deepens over his passing – weeks after WHO admits it’s probing ‘rare’ hearing issues linked to Covid jabs
The Ryders said: ‘The coroner has reported that Paul passed away in consequence of Ischaemic heart disease and diabetes. At this time limit we now have no further information until the total coroner’s report is released.
‘As previously reported, he was complaining of severe headaches within the two days leading as much as his death.
‘And the day before his death was having trouble hearing. Paul had no prior knowledge of getting heart disease and was given a clean bill of health, except for the diabetes for which he was taking medication, just months before his passing.
‘It was reported to the coroner that he received a COVID booster shot three weeks prior to his death and he was not warned of any special risks for his medical condition in reference to it.’
They continued: ‘We are going to let everyone know as soon as we now have further details. The family would love to thank everyone from the underside of our hearts for the outpouring of affection and support from family, friends and fans.
‘We remain devastated by his premature death and know that he can be so moved by the outpouring of affection from so many individuals. Love one another – that’s what he would’ve wanted.’
The Ryders said in an announcement that Paul was complaining of severe headaches within the two days leading as much as his death – (Shaun pictured right with Bez)
It comes 10 days after Shaun began to call for answers over his brother and bandmate Paul’s death after he suddenly died aged 58 on July 15.
The musician was found dead last month, hours before the Glad Mondays were as a result of play at Kubix Festival in Sunderland.
In an exclusive chat with MailOnline from his home in Manchester, Shaun said that with an absence of answers he had begun to fixate on the Covid vaccine after learning Paul had a booster weeks before his passing.
He said: ‘It’s kind of iffy to me – he’s a 50-something-year-old bloke, he’d had a clean bill of health, and he has his booster, flies over here and dies.’
‘I do not think our kid really paid attention to any of that (scare stories about Covid jabs) he just went and had his booster – I feel that triggered something.’
Paul’s full autopsy is predicted to be revealed at first of next week.
Shaun added about plans for Paul’s ashes after his funeral earlier this month: ‘I don’t think he left a will, or anything like that. He just lived – I feel our kid just thought he couldn’t die, like me, so he didn’t leave a will.
‘Me mam said he desired to be cremated.
‘He’s getting half scattered in Los Angeles. A few of it’s being scattered in the ocean near where he was out in LA, and the opposite bit is here.
‘There shall be somewhat headstone but what it says on it’s entirely as much as me mam. We’ve not even spoken in regards to the inscription on the headstone or what’s being placed on the urn.’
Mourners: The family, friends and old bandmates of Glad Mondays bassist Paul paid tribute to Paul and laid him to rest at his funeral on August 4. Shaun (pictured centre) helped to hold the coffin into St Charles Church in Swinton, Manchester – Bez’s father’s funeral was the week before
Shaun – an avid UFO hunter – has also said he believes Paul will live to tell the tale as “energy’.
He added: ‘I’m sure if our kid was buzzing about, he’d f*****g let me know. Energy – it’s all the time here. It will possibly’t be f*****g destroyed, it’s all the time there. I’ve not heard from our kid, but I’ll let people know if I do.
‘I’m sure quantum physics goes to elucidate loads more to us within the years to come back about energy and every little thing else.’
The statement comes every week after it was revealed that Paul’s funeral was also a secret farewell for Bez’s dad.
The dancer’s Life on Mars-style police officer father died hours after Paul passed away in a double heartbreak for the band.
While Bez, also 58, was comforting Shaun, 59, at his house, he got news his dad was seriously in poor health so left his grieving bandmate to rush to his family home in Blackpool.
His dad – who battled to maintain Bez, aka Mark Berry, on the straight-and-narrow when he was a tearaway teenager and whose dad instilled a love of beekeeping in his son – passed away hours after Paul within the early hours of Saturday.
His funeral took place every week before Paul’s but he was talked about loads at Paul’s funeral.
A family source told MailOnline: ‘The band have taken two really big hits prior to now few weeks. First Paul goes, then Bez had to manage along with his dad’s death.
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‘But Bez is de facto, really private in the case of his parents and family and he didn’t intend to make a giant public announcement or make a giant show of it.
‘He dealt along with his grief quietly while comforting Shaun at the identical time.’
Paul was cremated after a funeral service at St Charles Church in Swinton, Manchester, on August 4.
Celebrity mourners included Stone Roses lead singer Ian Brown, 59, and Peter Hook, 66, bassist and co-founder of Latest Order and Joy Division.
Ian McCulloch, 63, from Echo & The Bunnymen for mourners was his band’s tear-jerking ballad Nothing Lasts Endlessly – which accommodates the lines: ‘I want to live in dreams today, I’m bored with the song that sorrow sings… The love that all the time gets me on my knees.’
There for him: ‘But Bez didn’t wish to overshadow the goodbye to Paul by talking about his dad, and he won’t be giving any interviews about it and doesn’t wish to speak about it in public – he sees it as totally private’
CAN VACCINES MAKE YOU ILL?
Live vaccines, corresponding to the one given to guard against yellow fever, work by injecting a weakened but still living type of the virus into the body.
The aim of that is to coach the body learn how to make the best antibodies to fight off the virus, so it will possibly remember learn how to achieve this in future.
Nevertheless, if someone’s immune system is weakened – by cancer, pregnancy, HIV or age, for instance – it might be unable to destroy even the weakened type of the virus.
If this happens, it’s possible the injected virus can survive, take hold and cause the infection it was intended to forestall.
If this happens the symptoms are frequently milder than the actual disease.
Individuals who have had live vaccines can also have the opportunity to transmit an illness to someone with a weakened immune system, so should keep away from them after the jab.
Live vaccines given within the UK include those for: rotavirus, MMR, flu (nasal only), shingles, chickenpox, tuberculosis, yellow fever and typhoid (oral only). They’re all proven to be effective and unwanted effects are rare.
The family insider added: ‘The funeral was a giant deal, quite rightly, and loads of individuals there knew about Bez’s dad, so it was really a double-farewell in some ways.
‘Glasses weren’t only raised to Paul but additionally to Bez’s dad on the wake.
‘But Bez didn’t wish to overshadow the goodbye to Paul by talking about his dad, and he won’t be giving any interviews about it and doesn’t wish to speak about it in public – he sees it as totally private.’
The source said Bez is so private in the case of his parents he doesn’t like giving out his dad’s name.
It is known the dancer’s father was in his 80s and had been in poor health for a while before he passed peacefully at home ‘mainly from old age’.
The source said: ‘He lived a superb life and all the time did his best by Bez, so it’s just a very sad time for the entire of the Mondays.’
Meanwhile, Bez was chucked out of his house as a teen before he went to prison as he fell into crime and had ‘delinquent ways’.
He told The Guardian in 2015 during a rare chat about his past: ‘My early childhood was really joyful because I hadn’t fallen into my delinquent ways, so aged one to seven was pretty good. We’re from quite an in depth family; all of us visited one another, my grandparents on each side. It was quite conventional.
‘One in all my major problems growing up was my father’s occupation: he was a policeman. So I had a powerful authoritarian background, and that was difficult. I became quite unruly.’
Bez added his sister, who is eighteen months younger than him, went to Oxford University and works within the City ‘as a high-flying lawyer’ and his mother was an auxiliary nurse.
His dad was a ‘hard-working’ Life on Mars-style chief inspector within the anti-terrorist squad in and ‘hard-living.’
After years of untamed living and drug taking with Shaun and Co, Bez is now settled and is fanatical about fitness.
Cute! Last October Bez revealed he was engaged to non-public trainer Firouzeh Razavi,, 34, after a sweet mountain top proposal
He lives in Herefordshire with girlfriend, Firouzeh Razavi, and has three children, Arlo, 30, Jack, 28, and Leo, 13, plus a grandson, Luca, nine.
He added about his upbringing: ‘I went to live with my grandparents when my parents threw me out. Then I went to prison on the age of 17, to detention centre, and I remained there until I used to be 20. That – and having kids – made me change how I desired to live as I didn’t want my kids growing up pondering that was the technique to live your life.’
Bez added about his paternal grandfather inspiring him to maintain bees: ‘My dad’s dad made me right into a honey monster. He fought against Rommel in Africa, then spent the remaining of the war in Italy.
‘The one thing he got here home with was these tins of honey, and, ever since, it has been an integral a part of our family’s life. Each time I even have honey, I all the time consider my grandad.’
WHY VACCINES ARE IMPORTANT
Immunisation is a straightforward, secure and effective way of protecting people against harmful diseases before they arrive into contact with them.
Immunisation not only protects individuals, but additionally others in the neighborhood, by reducing the spread of preventable diseases.
Research and testing is a vital a part of developing secure and effective vaccines.
In Australia, vaccines must pass strict safety testing before the Therapeutic Goods Administration (TGA) will register them to be used. Approval of vaccines can take as much as 10 years.
Before vaccines develop into available to the general public, large clinical trials test them on hundreds of individuals.
High-quality studies over a few years have compared the health of huge numbers of vaccinated and unvaccinated children. Medical information from nearly 1.5 million children around the globe have confirmed that vaccination doesn’t cause autism.
People first became concerned about autism and immunisation after the medical journal The Lancet published a paper in 1998. This paper claimed there was a link between the measles, mumps, rubella (MMR) vaccine and autism. Since then, scientists have completely discredited this paper. The Lancet withdrew it in 2010 and printed an apology. The UK’s General Medical Council struck the creator off the medical register for misconduct and dishonesty.
Source: Australian Department of Health