According to Newsweek, there have been baseless rumors about CJ Harris’ death since the news surfaced.

This week, reports concerning Harris’ death were published, and it was determined that he died on Sunday in Jasper, Alabama. According to Deadline, the former “American Idol” contestant was sent to the Walker Baptist Medical Center owing to health difficulties, citing the nation’s Coroner, Joey Vick.

CPR was attempted but failed.

His relatives later told a news agency that he died of what seemed to be a heart attack. The Walker County Coroner’s Office also issued a news notice confirming his death.

AL maintains that, while an autopsy was performed on Harris’ body, more tests are needed to determine the specific and legal cause of his death.

Despite the lack of proof, Twitter users began spreading rumors about the singer’s death. His “unexpected” death was blamed on vaccines, gene therapy, and other things.

Because the results of his testing and official confirmation have not yet been made public, these should be viewed with caution.

Remembering CJ Harris Harris rose to prominence after appearing on the 13th “American Idol” season in 2014. He previously tried and failed to win “The X-Factor,” “The Voice,” and the 2010 season of “American Idol.”

The vocalist advanced to the semi-finals after moving performances of “Can’t You See” by The Marshall Tucker Band and “Soulshine” by The Allman Brothers Band at his Salt Lake City audition in 2014.

He finished sixth in the competition before being eliminated.

Despite not winning the award, Harris maintained his musical career, and in 2019 he released his debut single, “In Love.”

Following his death, his friends and fans submitted heartfelt messages to commemorate his legacy.

Jessica Meuse wrote on Instagram, “I’m thankful that our paths met and that I can say you were (and always will be) a part of mine.”

“There are many things that I recognize I will never fully comprehend, and your abrupt departure from our group is one of them. Take it easy, pal. See you on the other side.”

In the meantime, Harris was referred to as having “great talent” in a statement posted on the “American Idol” Instagram page Instagram Story. The singing competition program portrays the team’s brokenness for his passing.