George Floyd: ‘I’ll never be a part of history again’

George Floyd, the late rocker who famously broke the news of his mother’s death to the world, is dead at the age of 89, the band’s publicist confirmed on Friday.

Floyd died on Thursday at a home in San Francisco’s Chinatown neighborhood.

His death comes two days after his wife, Joan, and daughter, Katie, also named George, confirmed his death.

Floyd’s publicists confirmed his passing on Twitter and Facebook.

Floyd, whose family lives in San Antonio, was diagnosed with prostate cancer in 2012.

In an interview with Billboard in the early 2000s, Floyd said that he didn’t want to be known for his musical prowess, which he said made him more than just a musician.

Floyd also told Billboard that he never regretted revealing his mother died.

“I’m very proud of my mother.

She made me who I am today,” he said.

“It was a blessing in disguise.

I never felt that I deserved to be the subject of ridicule.

She’s a true legend.”

Floyd also noted that his mother was an active supporter of a variety of causes, including breast cancer research.

“When she died, I knew she was there for me, and she’s still there for other people,” Floyd told Billboard.

“She helped me through a tough time.

She did a lot of good things.

But at the end of the day, she didn’t know who she was and I didn’t.”

Floyd, who was known for the catchy hits “It’s Not Over,” “I’ve Been Loving You” and “Love Me Harder,” died at his home in the Pacific Heights neighborhood of San Francisco, his publicist, Kevin Lantz, said in a statement.

Floyd was diagnosed in 2012 with prostate and pancreatic cancer, the first of which was diagnosed after he started drinking heavily.

He told Billboard in 2011 that he wanted to live as long as possible, saying that he was not “ready to be done.”

Floyd broke the world record for most live hits in a single year in 2013 with the chart-topping “Love the Way You Lie.”

He was inducted into the Rock and Roll Hall of Fame in 2015.