Pasha Bleasdell Obituary
On June 6, 2022, Director X took to social media to announce Pasha Bleasdell’s death from a brain tumor. The director wrote on Instagram: “We lost a friend yesterday. Pasha Bleasdell passed away from a brain tumor June 4th, 2022 11:59pm.”
If you made videos in the 2000s 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.”
While recalling his shared history with Pasha, he added: “It was a wild ride from then on.”
Pasha Bleasdell Cause of Death
I’ve put her in a million videos and spent just as much time hanging out.”
Director X further shared: “She was always genuine and cool. Never brought drama to set of life.”
You never know when the last time you speak to someone will be the last time you speak.”
The director, who also worked with Nelly, Rihanna, The Weeknd, and Ariana Grande concluded his post: “I hold on to my memories of you with love. Rest in Power Pasha.”
In the wake of Pasha’s passing making headlines, other stars echoed sentiments similar to Director X’s.
Under the music director’s post, Busta Rhymes commented: “This is terrible!!! Rest Easy Queen Pasha.”
Pusha T and Terrence Howard offered condolences as well and commented with a series of prayer emojis.
On Twitter, one person wrote, “Gonna miss your kind heart, forever remember your gentle approach to life.”
A second user wrote, “We were JUST talking about the importance of Video Vixens in hip-hop. RIP to Pasha de Matas Bleasdell a true blue LEGEND in the game.”
Pasha Bleasdell was widely recognized for her appearances in several popular music videos that were in rotation during the 2000s decade.
In 2002, she was featured in the official promotional video for Nelly’s number-one single Hot In Herre.
Other music clips she appeared in are 50 Cent’s video for PIMP and Sean Paul’s Gimme the Light.
Music video director, Director X, often cast Pasha in a number of the clips that he was at the helm of.