Tina Turner’s son Ronnie Turner‘s cause of death has been revealed.
According to the Los Angeles County Medical Examiner-Coroner’s office, Ronnie died due to “complications of metastatic colon carcinoma.”
“Other significant conditions” listed on the report was “atherosclerotic cardiovascular disease.” His manner of death was listed as natural.
Ronnie was 62. His death was confirmed by his mother on her Instagram account.
“Ronnie, you left the world far too early,” the musician wrote on Friday. “In sorrow I close my eyes and think of you, my beloved son.”
Ronnie’s wife, Afida Turner, also confirmed the news on Instagram. The French singer shared photos of her family in a carousel post with her statement. The couple wed in 2007.
In another heartbreaking social media post, Afida said that “RONNIE GOT SICK IN 3 WEEKS F–K CANCER.”
“RONNIE WAS A TERRIFIC MUSICIAN AND BASS PLAYER AMAZING SOUL A HEART OF GIANT TRUE ANGEL HIGHLY SPIRITUAL ONE OF A KIND,” she added.
The Los Angeles Police Department previously confirmed to Fox News Digital that there was an ambulance death investigation at Ronnie’s home.
Tina and her ex-husband, the late Ike Turner, welcomed Ronnie in 1960. Ronnie joined his older brother, Craig, who Tina shared with Raymond Hill. Craig died by suicide in 2018.
The legendary singer is also mom to Michael Turner and Ike Turner Jr.
Ronnie joined his mother in the music industry and performed with his band, Manufactured Funk.
Fox News Digital has reached out to Tina Turner’s rep for comment
Fox News Digital’s Lauryn Overhultz contributed to this report.