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Regina King’s late son, Ian Alexander, Jr., shares mysterious Tweets days before his death

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Regina King, Ian Alexander, Jr.

Regina King’s late son, Ian Alexander, Jr., shared mysterious Tweets days before his death

New details have appeared when Regina King’s Boy, Ian Alexander, Jr., who died by suicide.

The whole world is still in shock at the heartbreaking news of the actor/director Regina King’s only child, Ian Alexander, Jr., committed suicide last week. Recently, fans couldn’t help but notice a cryptic tune behind the last tweets shared by the 26-year-old DJ before his death. On January 14 around 10pm Ian Alexander, Jr. tweeted,

“You know that SpongeBob episode where they go into his brain and it’s a bunch of little sponges that just disappear… ..yea is a real one coming home”

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He continued with a follow-up tweet the same night and said,

“I don’t think Instagram is healthy for me”

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Ian, who doesn’t seem to use Twitter very often, also shared some suspicious tweets in 2020.

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As previously reported, on January 22, the news broke that Ian Alexander, Jr. died by suicide. Since his death, many celebrities have come to offer their condolences.

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LoveBScott was the first to report the news about By Ian death.

We continue to offer our condolences to the loved ones of Ian Alexander, Jr.

https://thejasminebrand.com/2022/01/24/regina-kings-late-son-ian-alexander-jr-shares-cryptic-tweets-days-before-his-passing/ Regina King’s late son, Ian Alexander, Jr., shares mysterious Tweets days before his death

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