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Tony Cornelius, who worked alongside his father Don Cornelius on the iconic “Soul Train” and other shows, said his father placed a call to him on the day he died, reports CBS News.

Cornelius did not elaborate on the conversation, but said, “It was a call of urgency, and I came to his home immediately.”

He said his father was a private person and was “unhappy about some things” in his life. His father’s health, also, he said, was failing.

“My father was extremely private and unfortunately, when you’re a private person, you keep things inside,”

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