The Haunting Last Tweets Celebrities Sent Before They Died

The Haunting Last Tweets Celebrities Sent Before They Died

When celebrities pass away, especially untimely, it always seems to give the world pause.  Also, we tend to dive into the last moments that these celebrities spent connecting with their fans and often times that means looking at the last posts that they did online.  In these cases, we are talking about the Tweets that these celebrities shared with the world just before their demise.  They are eerie to read because of their absence and will be an online reminder of their activity in this world at the very end. With that said, take a look at their final Tweets:

Amy Winehouse (1983-2011).

This singer’s untimely death shocked the world and this was her last Tweet:

Paul Walker (1973-2013).

This actor was in the middle of another hit movie “Fast and Furious 7”

Unfortunately, he died in a speeding car accident before production was over. This was his final Tweet, saying ‘When you live fast there’s no definite set of rules’.

Robin Williams (1951-2014).

This iconic actor committed suicide and it was really hard for his fans to take.

In his final Tweet, he told his daughter happy birthday:

Reeva Steen amp (1983-2013).

This beautiful model was fatally shot by her boyfriend Oscar Pistorius. Here is one of her haunting, last Tweets:

Her final Tweet was in support against rape and woman abuse:

Michael Clarke Duncan (1957-2012).

Tweets like this give fans something to remember their favorite celebrity by:

Ryan Dunn (1977-2011).

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The ‘Jackass’ star was promoting his new series in his last Tweet:

Leonard Nimoy (1931-2015).

The ‘Star Trek’ icon actor left these inspirational words:

Joan Rivers (1933-2014).

This comedian left us with a final laugh with this Tweet:

Gene Wilder (1933-2016)

He was new to Twitter at the time of his death and he only sent out a few Tweets, including these two:

Muhammad Ali (1942-2016).

This photo was shared on his Twitter account one day before he died from Parkinson’s disease.

Prince (1958-2016).

This singer/songwriter will forever be missed.  This is his last Tweet to the world:

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