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A heartbreaking new video has emerged showing country singer Jake Flint serenading his new bride just hours before he died in his sleep at the age of 37 on Saturday night.
Flint passed away following his wedding in the some town of Owasso, Oklahoma - 15 miles outside of Tulsa. His cause of death has not been made public.
His death was confirmed by his wife, Brenda, in a series of heart wrenching Facebook posts.
DailyMail.com has also obtained exclusive photos of the wedding reception, showing Flint and Brenda, wearing a denim jump suit with a floral pattern on the side, smiling from ear-to-ear with their guests.
In the new video, Flint can be seen strumming an unknown ballad while his wife literally swoons alongside him, singing along with some of the lyrics.
The clip ends with Flint singing: 'Boy, I found me a keeper, the day I made her my wife.'
The video was posted by another Oklahoma-based musician, Mike Hosty, who wrote in the caption: 'He grabbed a guitar and sang a song to his bride in the barn.'
The same video was also posted by Flint's mother, Teresa, who wrote of her late son: 'Through the tears, my son makes us all smile. His antics onstage were always entertaining and his jokes always corny.'
Late country singer Jake Flint pictured just hours before his death at his wedding to his bride, Brenda Wilson, in Oklahoma. Flint was 37 years old when he died
Heartbreaking new video shows Flint's new bride literally swooning her as he serenades her with an unknown ballad
During the video, Flint's wife sings along to some of the lyrics. The song ends with the words: 'Boy, I found me a keeper, the day I made her my wife'
As his wife swoons, Flint is beaming as he belts out the song in front of his enthusiastic wedding guests. Flint's friend, Mike Hosty, a musician who performed at the wedding, wrote on Facebook: 'He grabbed a guitar and sang a song to his bride in the barn'
Flint's family said in a public statement on Wednesday: 'Our hearts are broken over this tragic loss. Jacob was a beloved son, brother, uncle, and partner to his wife, Brenda. He valued his family, friendships and living life to the fullest, which was evident in his songwriting. Every person who knew him has a story of his wit, charm, talent, and compassion.'
The statement continued: 'We are so grateful for the outpouring of support and the many beautiful tributes that have been shared about the impact Jacob had on many lives. While we grieve what we know could have been, we're grateful that his talent and love live on in his songs.'
His family also said that the singer's funeral will be held at Cedar Point Church in Claremore, Oklahoma, on December 5th.
In lieu of flowers, mourners are asked to donate to the Red Dirt Relief Fund, an Oklahoma-based charity that helps musicians in times of need.
A GoFundMe page has also been set up to help Flint's widow in her time of need. At the time of writing the page has raised nearly $10,000.
A GoFundMe page has also been set up to help Flint's widow in her time of need. At the time of writing the page has raised nearly $10,000
Brenda Flint pictured with a group of her wedding guests, just hours before tragedy struck
At the wedding, Brenda wore a denim jump suit with a floral pattern on the side and is seen in the pictures smiling from ear-to-ear with their guests
Flint's longtime publicist Clif Doyal shut down a social media rumor that Flint's cause of death was as a result of side-effects from receiving the Covid-19 vaccine.
Doyal said in a press release: 'I can verify from them, and from my own personal knowledge, that Jake Flint's sudden and tragic death was not related in any way to the Covid-19 vaccine. Pending an official autopsy report there will be no further comment.'
According to Politifact, the cause of death rumor began in a November 29