Reed, who appeared in the 2000 film Bring It On, was brought to a local hospital after the driver called 9-1-1, but she was pronounced dead just before 11PM, Gwinett Police confirmed to TMZ.
Sunday would have been Reed’s 33rd birthday.
Since the singer’s tragic passing, celebrities from the music world and beyond have expressed their shock and grief via Twitter.
From her Bring It On co-star Gabrielle Unionto Reed’s fellow Blaque members, here’s what the celebs have had to say:
Shamari DeVoe: My world as I know it has forever changed. Until we meet again, may you find comfort in the arms of an angel. I love you Natina.
Brandi Williams: Last night the world was changed forever, life will never be the same….she was my sister.
Jordin Sparks: ‘When The Last Teardrops Falls’ by Blaque is still one of my favorite songs ever. RIP Natina. 🙁
Monica Brown: RIP Natina Love u Always!! Prayers going up for your son Tren & @kurupt_gotti
Gabrielle Union: #RIP #Sad #BringItOn
Sherri Shepherd: #RIP Natina Reed (from girl group “Blaque”) . . . loved “Bring it All to Me”
Russell Simmons: R.I.P Natina Reed
Amber Riley: Omg RIP Natina Reed from Blaque. My condolences to her family and former group members, such a tragic death 🙁
Questlove: man. in eerie Left Eye fashion….rip to Blaque’s Natina Reed
No changes are to be made to this player