The unfortunate story of Sandra Bland, the African-American woman found hanging in her jail cell after an arrest for a minor violation, has captured the hearts of America.
As more details about the 28-year-old continue to be released, a new tidbit has been discovered. She was a fan of gospel singer Tye Tribbett’s music.
“What Can I Do” from the Stellar Award-winning artist’s 2009 Greater Than album was Bland’s favorite song said her sister, Sharon Cooper, in an interview with ChicagoMag.com.
The Gospel artist shared via Instagram,
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