Musician Shared Haunting Joke on Twitter Just One Day Before His Death


Musician David Crosby shared a bizarre joke about heaven on Twitter just one day before he died.

Earlier this week, Crosby took to Twitter to react to a Google search asking, “Can we go to heaven with tattoos?”

The result of the search stated, “People with tattoos will not go to heaven. People who drink alcohol will not go to heaven. People who eat too much pork will also not go to heaven. Short people will not go to heaven.”

Crosby reacted, saying, “I heard the place is overrated….cloudy.”

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The remark sparked several replies.

Journalist Carmine Sabia wrote, “Well now he knows. I will pray for his soul.”

One tweet reads, “Hell of a last tweet!”

Another user tweeted, “Wait he tweeted this yesterday? Damn.”

The founding member of the bands the Byrds and Crosby and Stills and Nash, which later became Crosby, Stills, Nash and Young, died at the age of 81 years old, as Variety reported Thursday.

The outlet noted a cause of death has not been reported.

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Former bandmate Graham Nash said in a statement, “It is with a deep and profound sadness that I learned that my friend David Crosby has passed.”

He added, “I know people tend to focus on how volatile our relationship has been at times, but what has always mattered to David and me more than anything was the pure joy of the music we created together, the sound we discovered with one another, and the deep friendship we shared over all these many long years.”

Nash also called Crosby “fearless in music.”

Concluding the statement, Nash said, “My heart is truly with his wife, Jan, his son, Django, and all of the people he has touched in this world.”

Crosby was previously inducted into the Rock and Roll Hall of Fame both as a member of the Byrds and Crosby, Stills and Nash.

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