Atlanta radio icon dies of cancer
Atlanta radio icon Silas ‘SiMan Baby’ Alexander dies of cancer
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- ATLANTA, Ga. (CBS46) - Beloved Georgia radio host and deejay Silas ‘SiMan Baby’ Alexander III has died at the age of 58 following an almost yearlong battle with cancer.
- In September of 2021, on his 58th birthday, the radio legend shocked his long-time listeners with this personal announcement.
- “Over the Summer I was diagnosed with pancreatic Cancer, which means part of my body has Cancer, but the Cancer does not have me,” Alexander said.
- They did a biopsy and that mass turned out to be cancerous and turned out to it originated from the pancreas,” Alexander said.
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