Blaque members Brandi Williams, Natina Reed and Shamari DeVoe perform at the First Annual Left Eye Music Fest in …
Reed, who was 32, would have turned 33 Sunday.
According to Gwinnett Sgt. Rich Long, Reed was pronounced dead at Gwinnett Medical Center at 10:59 p.m. ET.Around 10:30 p.m. on October 26, the driver of the vehicle called 911 to report hitting a pedestrian. "Information received indicated that CPR was being performed by a person on the scene," Long said via statement. "Preliminary information indicates that Reed was in the roadway on Lawrenceville Highway near Hamilton Road when struck. The driver of the vehicle was determined to be not at fault and there are no charges pending."
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The driver and passenger are believed to be the only witnesses, and the authorities are withholding their names until the completion of the investigation.
Gabrielle Union and Natina Reed in "Bring It On."
Blaque released two albums, their 1999 self-titled debut and 2002's "Blaque Out." In 2000, they appeared in the movie "Bring It On."
"Bring It On," a film about rival cheerleading squads, co-starred Kirsten Dunst and Gabrielle Union, who headed the opposing teams. Reed and her Blaque group members were a part of Union's pack. The release grossed $90 million and was followed by four direct-to-video sequels. The last movie, "Bring it On: Fight To The Finish," was released in 2009.
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In August, Reed discussed Blaque's plans to make a comeback in an interview with website YouKnowIGotSoul. In July, Blaque performed at the First Annual Left Eye Music Fest in Decatur, Ga. Reed's mentor Lopes was killed in a car crash in Honduras in April 2002.
Reed had a 10-year-old son, Tren Brown, with Dogg Pound rapper Kurupt.
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