Tina Turner has paid tribute to her “beloved son” Ronnie Turner, who died at the age of 62.
In an online post, the 83-year-old singer said her son had “left the world way too soon”.
Ronnie Turner died on Thursday, December 8, after apparently suffering from past health issues.
He enjoyed a career as a musician, playing with the band Manufactured Funk, and also had a role in the 1993 film What’s Love Got to Do With It, a biopic about his mother.
On Friday, Tina Turner posted a black and white photo on Instagram in tribute to her son.
“Ronnie, you left the world far too soon. In grief I close my eyes and think of you, my beloved son,” the Proud Mary singer captioned the photo.
Ronnie Turner was the singer’s son with ex-husband Ike Turner.
Her eldest son Craig Turner, whom she had with musician Raymond Hill, committed suicide in 2018.