Britney Deone is the daughter of Theuns Jordaan, a South African singer-songwriter who is being reported to have passed away on November 17, 2021, at the age of 50 from Leukemia.
Britney was born in 2009 meaning she is still a young girl of 12 years.
Was Theuns Jordaan Married?
The singer was never married but he is survived by a daughter after a brief relationship with the baby momma, whose mother Jo-ann Jansen Van Vuuren months prior to his daughter’s birth. According to reports, Jordaan found out about his daughter months after her birth in 2009. Jo-ann and Jordaan are speculated to have had a brief romantic encounter just prior to his daughter’s birth in 2009.
Theuns Jordaan Death & Cause
Jordaan died on 17 November 2021 after being diagnosed with leukemia in September 2020 and did not announce it publicly until December of that year. Jordaan was born on January 10, 1971. He was less than two months away from celebrating his 52nd birthday.
“A sad day for South Africa, for Afrikaans, and for me as a fan. RIP to this talented man with a stunning unique extraordinary voice, Crying face Theuns Jordaan. #TheunsJordaan,” Gail wrote on Twitter.
— Gail (@gail13sa) November 17, 2021
Jordaan had his first performance on 21 October 1992 at a local bar called The Terrace. He started composing his own lyrics, resulting in five songs of his debut album, Vreemde Stad. Theuns attended Volkskool High School in Graaff-Reinet in the Eastern Cape. While at school, Std 9 and matric he played music and sang to local patrons at a pizza restaurant/ pub called Trail in.
Jordaan spent a year as an entrepreneur after completing his studies. In October 1998, he moved from the Cape to Pretoria and, after gaining popularity in the city, recorded his debut album, Vreemde Stad, in Stellenbosch. This album was released in 2000 at the Klein Karoo Nasionale Kunstefees in Oudtshoorn. EMI released Vreemde Stad shortly afterwards, and the album surpassed triple platinum status (150,000 copies) in July 2003.[
He launched his second album, Tjailatyd at the Aardklop music festival in 2002, which also sold more than 150,000 records. The South African guitar player, Anton L’Amour, performed with Theuns and was responsible for all the guitar tracks in Vreemde Stad and Tjailatyd.