Shebby died due to heart attack, not booster shot, says son

PETALING JAYA: National footballer Serbegeth Singh's death was due to a heart attack and not linked to a Covid-19 booster shot taken five days before he died as is being speculated on social media, says his son.

Serbegeth’s son, Sonuljit Singh, 32, said social media users had been irresponsible by blaming the death of the national player, popularly known as Shebby, on the vaccination after a message went viral claiming he had received the booster shot two days before his death.

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