Brazil Made It Mandatory – Pedro Henrique Vaccine Question Emerges After Death

Pedro Henrique is a Brazilian singer who sadly collapsed and died whilst performing onstage – and social media is now wondering if the covid vaccine played a part.

Cantor Pedro Henrique was performing in Feira de Santana, Bahia, a city located approximately 120 kilometers from Salvador in Brazil when he suffered a sudden illness and died.

The entire moment was captured on tape too, with the video going viral on social media.

In this article, we present everything there is to know about the late Brazilian artist, Cantor Pedro Henrique.

Pedro Henrique Vaccine

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Cantor Pedro Henrique is a Brazilian singer who sadly collapsed and died whilst performing onstage.

Social media users are now raising questions if a vaccine played a part in the death of Pedro Henrique.

The X account, End Wokeness shared a video of Henrique collapsing with the caption: “30-year-old singer Pedro Henrique just collapsed and died on stage. The new normal is not normal,”

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Jake Shields, a former MMA fighter, quote tweeted that with the caption: “Brazil made the COVID-19 vaccine mandatory,”

Reading replies, it’s clear a significant portion of online users believe Pedro Henrique vaccine contributed to his death.

To be clear though, it has not been confirmed that Pedro Henrique had taken a vaccine for covid during the pandemic.

Pedro Henrique was 30 years old, born on July 24, 1993 in the municipality of Ubaitaba, in the south of Bahia and around 250 kilometers from the state capital.

Born into an evangelical family, Cantor Pedro Henrique started singing at a very young age.

As a child, his family moved to Barueri, in Greater São Paulo, where they lived until the artist’s early adolescence when they returned to Bahia, but then started living in Porto Seguro, around 330 kilometers his hometown.

After singing gospel music throughout his childhood and early adulthood, he pivoted to mainstream music when he started his professional career in 2015 at the age of 22.

He garnered a following on social media where he shared covers of himself singing songs by other artists. 

Cantor Pedro Henrique manaeged to acquire 588,000 subscribers on his YouTube channel and over a million followers on Instagram. 

His Youtube channel has 287 videos and almost 200 million views. His most viewed video on the platform is a version of the song “Vai Ser Tão Lindo”, by Misaias Oliveira, with 34 million views.

On Instagram, Cantor Pedro Henrique had 1 million followers whilst on Spotify, it has almost 300 thousand monthly listeners.

A college educated graduate, Cantor Pedro Henrique had a degree in information systems and even briefly worked for a multinational company in Brazil before fully entering music.

His music career started after being fired from the multination as he revealed during a podcast appearance in 2022.

“That year I started recording covers on the internet. I got a new cell phone that came with a voice joining app. Then I recorded a video that was like a choir with myself. I recorded it and posted it. The video went viral on Facebook. I gained a lot of followers. I saw that I could propagate my work there,” he said.

Henrique continued doing his own solo thing “until one day a music producer from Rio found me on the internet and invited me”, he added.

With his career taking off, he decided to move to Rio de Janeiro, because, according to him, there would be little opportunity for him in music if he continued living in Bahia.

His sad death occurred on Wednesday, December 13th 2023 when he was performing in Feira de Santana.

He reportedly suddenly fell ill and collapsed and died!

Information from the Integrated Communications Center (Cicom) of the Public Security Secretariat (SSP) of Feira de Santana indicates Cantor Pedro Henrique fell ill on stage at an event held at a venue in the Ipê neighborhood.

He was taken to a nearby polyclinic, but did not survive. Military police officers were at the scene and contacted the Technical Police Department (DPT).

Cantor Pedro Henrique was a new father as he had a two month old daughter with his wife, Sulian Barreto.

Pedro Henrique and makeup artist Suilan Barreto got married in March 2018.

On October 19, 2023, the couple’s daughter, Zoe, was born prematurely, after just over seven months of pregnancy. 

How Pedro Henrique died leading to blame for vaccine

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Cantor Pedro Henrique fell ill during his show in Feira de Santana last night, Wednesday December 13th. 

He had been in good health before the show as before going onstage, he posted videos and photos of him and the team during the trip to the city of Bahia and at the hotel where he lodged on his Instagram stories.

He also had several shows lined up all throughout the holiday season, including shows in mega cities such as Sao Paolo and a New Year’s Eve show.

Unfortunately, that wasn’t to be as he passed away December 13th.

In a video going viral online, Cantor Pedro Henrique is seen performing then suddenly collapsed! shared the Cantor Pedro Henrique collapse video on X (Twitter).

Watch it below…

Doctors suspect that the musician suffered a heart attack, but the report with the official cause of death has not yet been concluded and released.

A statement from his record label, Todah Music, confirmed the death of Pedro Henrique.

“Pedro was a happy young man, a friend to everyone. Only child. A present husband and a super dedicated father,” the statement began.

“There is no pastor or Christian in Brazil who says anything other than this: -Pedro is simple, he is a believer! What a smile! How nice! What voice! The kind of people that are great to have around!”, it concluded.

Meanwhile, social media users are convinced without a shadow of a doubt that Pedro Henrique died due to the covid 19 vaccine, despite no cause of death being announced yet.

May he rest in peace.


Cantor Pedro Henrique married his wife, makeup artist Suilan Barreto in March 2018 and they welcomed a daughter prematurely on October 19th this year.

The couple shared the great news on Instagram with a photo of Zoe with the caption: “19.10.2023 – 13:40 the love of our lives is born! 33 weeks and 4 days. Our warrior! Welcome daughter, our ZOE! Gift from God 💝 We declare the LIFE OF GOD (ZOE) upon you, you will be like the arrow in the archer’s hand!”

Also, Suilan would praise her man in an Instagram post on his birthday in which she revealed they had been together for a decade.

“Today is your day my love! And the word today in our hearts is gratitude to God for all He has done!” she began.

“It’s been 1 decade celebrating by your side and how satisfying it is to see what God has done, and to see his harvest so far!

“My prayer today is thanking God for all he has done in these 10 years!

“May the Lord continue to preserve your heart. Smashed in 🤤 now more and more seasoned ahahahaha. Zoe and I love you soooo much!! Happy Birthday Life!,” she added.

Sadly, daddy would not last long to watch his daughter grow, dying aged 30 just two months after her birth

Cantor Pedro Henrique Instagram

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Pedro Henrique was on Instagram @pedrohenrique.oficial where he had over 1.1 millions followers.

He had posted several videos recently of his shows and even a date of tours.

He had shows in  Sao Paolo and Rio de Janeiro to come before his tragic demise.

Cantor Pedro Henrique wife Sulian Barreto is also on Instagram @suillanbarreto.

Her account has amassed over 300,000 followers and her latest post is an adorable photo of Zoe.

“1 month of the most beautiful sheep,” the post, a joint one with her husband shared November 19th, was captioned.

Feira de Santana

The below is culled from the Wikipedia entry for Feira de Santana, where Brazilian gospel musician Cantor Pedro Henrique collapsed and died during a performance.

Feira de Santana (Portuguese for “Saint Anne’s Fair”) is a city in Bahia, Brazil. 

It is the second-most populous city in the state, with a population of 619,609 according to IBGE’s estimate in 2020.

It is located 100 km northwest of Salvador, Bahia’s capital city. 

These cities are connected by BR-324, a four-lane divided highway.

Feira de Santana, formerly spelled Feira de Santa Anna, is named in honor of the cattle fairs held at the St-Anne-of-the-Fountains Plantation (Fazenda Sant’Anna dos Olhos D’Água) in the 19th century.

The St-Anne-of-the-Fountains Plantation was established in the 18th century by Domingos Barbosa de Araujo and his wife Anna Brandoa. 

Located at the edge of Bahia’s “backcountry” (sertão), it became a center for the cowboys on their way from the pastures there to the port of Cachoeira. 

The cowboys’ practice of starting annual fires to clear old brush eventually worsened the area’s natural aridity to the point where the cattle industry collapsed, but by then Brazilians and foreigners had begun adopting the area as their home. 

A city began to develop with wide streets which were bordered by commercial houses serving the area’s growing population. 

It was incorporated as the second city in Bahia after the capital and the 31st in the entirety of colonial Brazil.

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