Hot in Herre video star Pasha Bleasdell has died at 38 from a brain tumor


Hot in Herre video star Pasha Bleasdell has died at 38 from a brain tumor … model appeared in a number of high-profile music videos

Pasha Bleasdell, a model who appeared in multiple music videos, including Nelly’s Hot in Herre, has died at the age of 38 from a brain tumor.

Famed music video director Director X took to Instagram on Monday to announce Bleasdell’s tragic passing Saturday.

‘We lost a friend yesterday,’ the director, 46, whose real name is Julien Christian Lutz, said in the caption, which was accompanied by a clip of Bleasdell appearing in multiple music videos. ‘Pasha Bleasdell passed away from a brain tumor June 4th 2022 11:59pm.’

The latest: Pasha Bleasdell, a model who appeared in multiple music videos, including Nelly's Hot in Herre, has died at the age of 38 from a brain tumor

The latest: Pasha Bleasdell, a model who appeared in multiple music videos, including Nelly’s Hot in Herre, has died at the age of 38 from a brain tumor

He continued: ‘If you made videos in 2000’s or were around to watch them you know Pasha. We met her doing background work on the set of Donnell Jones “Where I Want To Be” from there we put her in the mix. It was a wild ride from then on.’

Director X said that he put Bleasdell ‘in a million videos and spent just as much time hanging out’ with the model, who he described as ‘always genuine and cool.’

Bleasdell ‘never brought drama to set of life,’ Director X said, adding that ‘you never know when the last time you speak to some one will be the last time you speak.

‘I hold on to my memories of you with love. Rest in Power Pasha January 24th 1984 – June 4th 2022.’

Bleasdell had appeared opposite Nelly in the 2002 hit

Bleasdell had appeared opposite Nelly in the 2002 hit 

Director X said that he put Bleasdell 'in a million videos and spent just as much time hanging out' with the model, who he described as 'always genuine and cool'

Director X said that he put Bleasdell ‘in a million videos and spent just as much time hanging out’ with the model, who he described as ‘always genuine and cool’

The late beauty was hailed by fellow entertainers and peers in the wake of her passing 

In addition to her appearance in the 2002 Nelly hit, Bleasdell also appeared in videos such as 50 Cent’s P.I.M.P, Donell Jones’ Where I Wanna Be and Sean Paul’s Gimme the Light.

In response to Director X’s post a number of notable names chimed in with condolences for the late performer.

Choreographer Tanisha Scott wrote, ‘My heart is broken,’ while actress Sincerely Ward said, ‘OMG I CANT BELIEVE IT!!! She was such a sweetie and so much fun.’

Bleasdell 'never brought drama to set of life,' Director X said

Bleasdell ‘never brought drama to set of life,’ Director X said 

Director X posted a graphic in memory of the late video star

Director X posted a graphic in memory of the late video star 

A number of fans took to Twitter to remember the late model and video star

A number of fans took to Twitter to remember the late model and video star 

Musical artist Jermaine Dupri, model Gloria Velez and actor Terrence J posted emojis in memory of the late beauty.

On Twitter, a number of fans left comments in memory of Bleasdell.

‘Pasha Bleasdell is a LEGEND,’ one user wrote. ‘The jean vest with no shirt/bra.. the Kangol with the wash and set.. my God we stole all her styles from the music videos.. She was IT … R.I.P to an ICON.’

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