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It’s rumored that the co-founder of Miss Jessie’s, a leading company in the natural hair care industry, Titi Branch (pictured above on the left) died on Dec. 4, 2014 in an apparent suicide due to asphyxia. Titi was 45-years-old.
As one half of the mega hair care and styling brand, Titi originally created the brand’s signature Miss Jessie’s Curly Pudding® for the Brooklyn hair salon that she ran with her sister, Miko. It wasn’t long after that when product sales jumped through the roof and the company named after the sister’s no nonsense grandmother became a household name.
News of Titi’s death and funeral spread via social media earlier today accompanied by posts of her obituary. Although no official statement has been released by the family, Titi’s sister and friends of the brand have tweeted their condolences.
— Miko Branch (@MikoBranch) December 14, 2014
— Miss Jessie’s (@Miss_Jessies) December 14, 2014
— xo, TNicole (@TheEditorInChic) December 15, 2014
Tragic news. Titi Branch, co-founder of Miss Jessie’s died 12/4/14 in an apparent suicide. She was a pioneer… http://t.co/rqH9niLX25
— TribeCalledCurl (@TribeCalledCurl) December 15, 2014
Our deepest condolences go out to the family of Titi Branch, co-founder of @Miss_Jessies. Our prayers are with you Miko, friends & family
— curlygirlcollective (@ILOVECGC) December 15, 2014
As a long time supporter of the brand and the two beauty mavens, Titi and Miko, #TeamBeautiful sends our deepest condolences to Titi’s family and friends.
We will keep you updated on this story as more information becomes available.
Miss Jessie’s Co-Founder, Titi Branch, Dies In Apparent Suicide was originally published on hellobeautiful.com
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