90’s Intro Singer Confessed His Sexuality In Heart-wrenching Interview From Deathbed

Posted On : July 6, 2019

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Remember the 90’s group, Intro? They had several hits back in the day such as “Come Inside,” “Let Me Be The One,” a cover of Stevie Wonder’s “Ribbon In The Sky,” “Love Thang,” and “Funny How Time Flies,” but it was the lead singer, Kenny Greene (pictured above, left), who was probably the busiest and most vital member of the group.

Kenny produced and wrote most of Intro’s songs and he also penned many R&B hits for other artists such as Mary J. Blige’s “Reminisce,” “My Love,”and “Love No Limit.” He also had pretty shocking revelations he publicly shared with the world while he was literally lying in his death bed. He passed away at the age of 32 and about one month before his passing, he did an interview with Sister 2 Sister magazine.

Although his body was failing him at the time, his mind and his conscience were not. Kenny spoke with a great deal of clarity about who he is and what he wanted the world to know about him before he died. He also seemed to have a clear vision of how he wanted his legacy- not just as a music artist, but as a human being- to be remembered.

In October of 2001 Kenny passed away from complications due to the AIDS virus. In his interview with S2S about a month prior to his death, he made a few even more shocking revelations. We wanted to share this info with you all because although it’s been 18 years since Kenny Greene passed away, the lifestyle he lived and who he really was as a man outside of the bright lights of the music industry, is something that is still a very relevant topic today. Kenny Greene revealed that he has same sex attractions.