Linkin Park Singer — Chester Bennington‘s tragic last tweet looked forward to the future before his death.
Bennington passed away at aged 41 at his home in the Palos Verdes Esates, just south of Los Angeles on Thursday, at about 9am, LA County Coroner confirmed this.
Suicide was suspected to be the cause of his death, though this has not been confirmed. And if true it will come as a shock to many of his fans as the Linkin Park singer appeared to be full of hope.
Chester’s last messages on social media site, Twitter, saw the Californian star retweeting American hip hop artist George Watsky, who posted a photo of Bennington arm in arm with himself, Linkin Park’s Mike Shinoda and Chukwudi Hodge.
Watsky’s in his tweet said: “Can’t wait to see where this goes,” followed by the praying emoji.
The news of the collaboration and tweeted messages of support got fan screeming.
Chester, who was a big campaigner for environmental protection, also retweeted an image of a large pile of rubbish with the words: “At the current rate, we are really heading toward a plastic planet.”
His body was reportedly discovered on Thursday morning just before 9am.