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Did Don Imus have COPD?

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Yes. A 1989 inductee into the National Radio Hall of Fame, Imus died of complications from lung disease in 2019. Imus gained fame doing the morning show at WNBC Radio in New York. However, His erratic behavior -- much of it from excessive drinking -- and his controversial statements as a “shock jock” landed him in hot water with management despite his overwhelming popularity.

Reviewed by Hansa D. Bhargava on June 09, 2020
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