KISS legend Paul Stanley took to his official Twitter account to share his feeling about the death of Quiet Riot drummer Frankie Banali, who died two days ago due to pancreatic cancer.

In April 2019, Frankie was diagnosed with pancreatic cancer and he had been fighting this ruthless disease since then. However, he lost his fight after sixteen months and left his legacy into this world.

Paul saddened after hearing the loss of Banali and mentioned how a brave person he was. Paul stated that Banali was open about his illness reports and went on live streams many times during his treatment.

In this way, Paul showed how a strong personality Banali was and paid his tribute to him while praying for his soul.

Here is what Paul Stanley said:

“Very sad to hear of the passing of Frankie Banali. He was so open in his reports of his illness and seemed to live through his treatments and setbacks bravely and with grace. RIP.”

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