Tina Turner’s Husband Erwin Bach to Inherit Over R2 Billion From Late Singer, Peeps Applaud: “He Deserves It”

Tina Turner’s Husband Erwin Bach to Inherit Over R2 Billion From Late Singer, Peeps Applaud: “He Deserves It”

  • Tina Turner's husband, Erwin Bach, will reportedly receive half of the We Don't Need Another Hero hitmaker's fortune
  • Turner was worth $250 million (over R4 billion), and Bach will receive $125 million (over R2 billion)
  • Netizens praised Tina's decision because they believed Erwin Bach treated her like a queen when she was alive

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Tina Turner's passing saddened many people but talks about who would inherit her fortune also made the rounds.

Tina Turner's husband Erwin Bach will inherit $125 million.
Netizens believe Tina Turner's husband, Erwin Bach, inheriting $125 million makes sense. Image: Bertrand Petroff
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According to Marca, the late singer is worth $250 million (over R4 billion), most of which she derived from selling over 200 million records worldwide.

Turner was also into the property, owning several homes in Switzerland, Los Angeles, and other prestigious areas.

Considering all this, the media speculated about who would inherit Tina's fortune, and the answer was her husband, Erwin Bach.

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Erwin Bach will reportedly receive half of Tina Turner's fortune

Taking to Twitter, blogger @DailyLoud reported that Erwin is expected to receive $125 Million (over R2 billion) from Tina Turner. The rest of the money will go to the Proud Mary hitmaker's adopted in-laws.

@DailyLoud tweeted:

"Iconic singer Tina Turner estate is worth $250 Million and her 2nd husband Erwin Bach will inherit around $125 Million while the remaining Millions will be split between her adopted in-laws. Bach & Turner have been married for 10 years and he saved her life in 2017 by donating his kidney."

Global netizens say Tina Turner's husband, Erwin Bach deserves the inheritance

Online commenters saw nothing wrong with Bach collecting half of Tina's fortune.

Many people believe Bach had a significant role in Tina's life, including restoring her confidence and ensuring she lived longer despite her health issues.

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@HushtagStiggers said:

"He deserves it since she lost all her children, and there are no grandchildren. I hope he will use some of the money to keep her memory alive."

@ronpaulblican shared:

"I bet he'd give away every cent to have her back just one more day."

@oldtrafford__ posted:

"The husband deserves more. It should have been 200 million dollars because he gave her his kidney."

@alwayssnacking replied:

"As it should be. They were together for 27 years, and for those assuming he had no money, his net worth is 200 million. He did not marry her for her money."

@user_1_1 commented:

"This is the kind of love I want."

@ChoupettaSucre also said:

"He fully deserves his inheritance. Let's not forget that this man gave her a kidney while her ex-husband hit her regularly. This man has restored her self-confidence and contributed to her happiness."

Tina Turner: Queen of Rock 'n' Roll Dies at Age 83 in Switzerland After Long Illness

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Previously, YEN.com.gh wrote about international diva Tina Turner passing away at 83.

The singer's agent posted the news on social media, stating that Tina had passed away at her home in Switzerland.

The renowned musician known as the "Queen of Rock'n Roll" is receiving tributes from worldwide.

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