Tina Turner’s 2nd husband sacrificed his organ to save her life because he ‘didn’t want another woman’

Tina Turner, a legendary singer, recently celebrated her 83rd birthday, marking a life filled with triumphs and trials. With hits like “Private Dancer” and “Proud Mary,” Turner’s career spans over five decades. Despite retiring, she faced health challenges, including a stroke, cancer, and kidney failure, which she openly discussed in her memoir, “Tina Turner: My Love Story.”

Her second husband, Erwin Bach, played a crucial role in her health journey by donating his kidney, a profound act of love. “He said he didn’t want another woman, or another life. Then he shocked me. He said he wanted to give me one of his kidneys,” Turner recalled.

This gesture underscored their deep bond and mutual support. After enduring a difficult marriage with Ike Turner, finding love with Bach was transformative for Tina. Now, opting for a life away from the limelight, Turner cherishes this second chance at life and love, grateful for the journey and the companionship she’s found.