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Freddie Mercury mocked David Bowie’s album on his death bed, says Elton John

Elton John has revealed Queen legend Freddie Mercury refused to let his deteriorating well being take away his sense of humour.

Writing in his autobiography, Me: Elton John, the Rocket Man singer explains how he heartbreakingly watched Freddie crumble within the weeks resulting in his useless in 1991.

Elton, 72, mentioned: “He was too frail to get away from bed, he was dropping his sight, his physique was coated in Karposi’s sarcoma lesions, and but he was nonetheless undoubtedly Freddie, gossiping away, fully outrageous.

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Freddie Mercury in 1991 from AIDS

“(Freddie would say) ‘Have you ever heard Mrs Bowie’s new file, pricey? What does she suppose she’s doing?'”

The famous person added: “I couldn’t work out whether or not he didn’t realise how near dying he was or if he knew completely nicely however was decided to not let what was occurring to him cease him being himself.

“Both manner I believed he was unbelievable.”

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Freddie Mercury mocked David Bowie’s album on his dying mattress, says Elton John

Freddie died after contracting HIV which then developed into AIDS.

On the time, there was no remedy to cease HIV creating into AIDS and finally killing the patent.

Since Freddie’s dying, Elton has raised thousands and thousands of kilos to assist the struggle in opposition to the virus.

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Elton John has raised thousands and thousands of kilos by way of his AIDS Basis

In 1992, the singer launched the Elton John AIDS Basis has raised over $450 million to this point.

Freddie saved his sickness a secret till simply weeks earlier than his dying.

Talking in 2013, his Queen bandmate Brian Could advised the Telegraph: “Freddie wished his life to be as regular as potential.

“He clearly was in a variety of ache and discomfort.He was pursued by the press and curious folks.

“He simply wished peace and quiet, to have the ability to get on with what he did.”