Adolfo “Shabba-Doo” Quiñones, the well-known breakdancer and star of the 1984 film, “Breakin’,” has died.
Shabba-Doo’s household introduced his sudden passing in L.A. Wednesday, solely a day after he had posted a picture of himself in mattress, saying he was feeling sluggish however had examined destructive for COVID-19.
So far, no reason for dying has been introduced. Law enforcement sources inform us it seems a roommate discovered Shabba unconscious Wednesday night time, and there have been no indicators of foul play.
His sister stated goodbye in a heartfelt social media submit, saying … “My Heart is Broken apart we look alike and DANCE ALIKE MY HEART WILL NEVER BE THE SAME IT HURTS!”
Shabba-Doo rose to fame again within the ’80s, changing into some of the well-known and legendary breakdancers on the West Coast. He immediately turned a heartthrob and intercourse image after starring in “Breakin’” and “Breakin’ 2: Electric Boogaloo.”
In addition to his work on the massive display screen, Shabba Doo additionally choreographed and appeared in Lionel Richie‘s “All Night Long” music video
Shabba-Doo was born in Chicago earlier than making it large out West. He was a member of Toni Basil‘s iconic road dance crew The Lockers. Toni additionally posted about his sudden dying.
Shabba was married twice. His first marriage was to Gwendolyn Powell, and after they divorced in 1982 he married Lela Rochon. who he divorced 5 years later.