How did Eve Babitz die and what was her cause of death? American author dead: Literary Celebrity and Hollywood’s “it” girl from the year 1960, Eve Babitz has died at the age of 7, she was known as the woman who wrote about Los Angeles like no one else ever has or could, Babitz died in the care of her sister Mirandi Babitz, Laurie Pepper who is their cousin posted the tragic news on her Facebook page. Follow More Update On GetIndiaNews.com
How did Eve Babitz die?
The post read, “Mirandi Babitz, my cousin, Evie’s sister is going to be posting soon, Eve Babitz has died peacefully today at 3:31 pm. Mir took such good patient care of her big sister Eve for so many years now and was with her at the end.” Pepper added, I asked my daughter what Jews are supposed to say. Maggie told me ‘Baruch Dayan have met.’ I asked her what it meant. She said her interpretation is ‘Blessed be God’s judgment. I don’t know anything.’ I loved Evie so much for so long. We had a lot of fun.”
The New York times described Babitz as “Hollywood royalty” for the connections that she had to the music and arts industry, she was the composer Igor Stravinsky’s Goddaughter. In some circles, she was known as a groupie and she reportedly had love affairs with a string of famous people like Jim Morrison, Harrison Ford, Annie Leibovitz, and Warren Beatty to name a few.
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Lilli Anolik published a book on her in the year 2019 describing her as a “hybrid of bohemian intellectual and an unquenchable party girl.” Earlier this week, feminist author Bell Hooks’s death at the age of 69 left her fans devastated. It has been stated by NYT’S best-selling author, Grammy winner, and music critic, Bob Mehr tweeted, “It appears the greatest chronicler of the Hollywood demimonde, the brilliant Eve Babitz, has passed (per her cousin Laurie Pepper over on FB). R.I.P. to the absolute best.”
There have been a couple of Tweets referencing the iconic nude pictures she posted for as she played a game of chess with Marcel Duchamp which later showed up on the poster for the Museum of Modern Art, the tweet read, RIP Eve Babitz, may your LA wit and chess pic live forever #RIPEve” read a tweet. “All any of us girl writers really had to lean on was Eve Babitz. she was the one to do it for us first, and to do so with her cleavage out, martini in hand, gossip in mouth, unabashedly,” tweeted another. “Eve Babitz, patron saint of cynical hedonists with big naturals. May her memory be a blessing,” this has been written by CNBC editor Allie Pape.
Eve Babitz, patron saint of cynical hedonists with big naturals. May her memory be a blessing. pic.twitter.com/6fPjaeuVMK
— Allie Pape (@alliepape) December 18, 2021
all any of us girl writers really had to lean on was Eve Babitz. she was the one to do it for us first, and to do so with her cleavage out, martini in hand, gossip in mouth, unabashedly
— Magdalene J. Taylor (@magdajtaylor) December 18, 2021
RIP Eve Babitz, may your LA wit and chess pic live forever #RIPEve https://t.co/XofU2aR6mK
— AyBrah (@RENoble73) December 18, 2021
RIP Eve Babitz, the L.A. Woman incarnate, the insider-outsider whose books & life reveled in the absurd, flamboyant, and technicolor. A genius in a feather boa, poet laureate of Tana's & Musso, all dissolute Hollywood glamour & gilded insight, who said all the wrong things right. pic.twitter.com/6g00SXnAZM
— Otto Von Biz Markie (@Passionweiss) December 18, 2021
It appears the greatest chronicler of the Hollywood demimonde, the brilliant Eve Babitz, has passed (per her cousin Laurie Pepper over on FB). R.I.P. to the absolute best. pic.twitter.com/5LVsbhKczf
— Bob Mehr (@BobMehr) December 18, 2021