Bernice Gibb Rhoades: 56-Years-Old Niece of Bee Gees Brothers Died Days After Second Pfizer mRNA Shot

Bernice Gibb Rhoades: 56-Years-Old Niece of Bee Gees Brothers Died Days After Second Pfizer mRNA Shot

By The COVID Blog


Bernice Gibb Rhoades

LAS VEGAS — A healthy 56-year-old woman is dead because of experimental COVID-19 shots. And her mother may not be able to attend the funeral because of COVID-19 travel restrictions.

Mrs. Bernice Gibb Rhoades received her second dose of the experimental Pfizer mRNA shot on or around April 12, according to the Daily Mail. Mrs. Rhoades, who family called Berry (also spelled “Beri”), is the niece of Bee Gees brothers Barry, Robin and Maurice Gibb.

Berry’s mother is Lesley Gibb-Evans, the “other” Gibb sibling who briefly sang with the Bee Gees in the 1960s. Barry is alive. However, Robin died in 2012. Maurice passed away in 2003. Andy Gibb, the youngest sibling who had a successful solo career, died in 1988 at age 30.

Chino Rhoades, Berry’s husband, found his wife dead with their dogs by her side in their home on April 15. Her mother, Lesley, expressed anger and shock. Lesley told Daily Mail reporter Claudia Joseph that her daughter was fit and healthy. She also spoke candidly about the experimental mRNA shots that took her daughter’s life.

I am just so furious that they keep pushing this vaccine out there when people are at risk due to unknown underlying conditions. Beri was healthy and living a life full of love and adventure.

Lesley lives in Australia. Due to COVID-19 travel restrictions, she fears that she may not get to attend the celebration of her daughter’s life. Berry was a 33-year Las Vegas resident. She of course was also a musician. She recorded the following song that her and Chino danced to at their wedding.

Chino said people can donate to the Heaven Can Wait Society in lieu of sending flowers.

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