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The 43-year-old died suddenly at a San Diego massage parlor in January.The medical examiner's office said Tuesday that O' Denat was obese and had a severe buildup of plaque near his heart, which contributed to his death.
But more than that, he was a devoted father and one of the nicest, most generous persons to ever grace this planet. World Star Hip Hop will continue in its various endeavors.WSHH was launched over a decade ago by a young guy in Queens, New York and has since received millions of daily visitors.As one of the biggest hip hop media outlets around the world, WSHH videos and World Star Hip Hop fights go viral every single day.The cause of death was heart disease — specifically, atherosclerotic cardiovascular disease — with obesity a contributing factor, according to the medical examiner.O’Denat — a father of three known to fans and friends as “Q” — “was a brilliant businessman who championed urban culture, ultimately creating the largest hip-hop website in the world,” said a posting announcing his death on the site’s Facebook page.However, throughout the years,’WSHH’ grew in popularity due to its taboo content, ranging from fight footage to its popular “World Star Candy” video vixen clips. Diddy premiered his Ciroc vodka campaign on WSHH exclusively.
Although it’s been reported that an autopsy is scheduled to determine the cause of Q’s death, sources say tell TMZ that it appears Lee passed from a heart attack.
Lee "Q" O'Denat, the founder and CEO of the website World Star Hip Hop has reportedly died.
According to TMZ, O'Denat passed away in his sleep on Monday night. O'Denat, known primarily as Q, started the WSHH site in 2005. With profound sadness, World Star Hip Hop and its employees, state that Lee ODenat, known as “Q”, the founder, leader and genius behind the website and brand has passed in San Diego.
A photo posted by Worldstar Hip Hop (@worldstar) on Lee "Q" O'Denat, the founder and CEO of the website World Star Hip Hop has reportedly died.
O’Denat was at a local business on Monday when he became unresponsive, according to the San Diego County medical examiner’s office.
The O' Denat founded World Star Hip Hop in 2005.