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Sinead O’Connor asked fans to pray for her 17-year-old son Shane multiple times over the years amid his own dramatic fall from grace before dying earlier this week.
The 55-year-old Irish singer confirmed on Twitter that her ‘beautiful’ son Shane, whom she shares with her ex, folk singer Donal Lunny, had passed away on Twitter.
In a devastating tweet, she wrote: ‘My beautiful son, Nevi’im Nesta Ali Shane O’Connor, the very light of my life, decided to end his earthly struggle today and is now with God.
May he rest in peace and may no one follow his example. My baby. I love you so much. Please be at peace: ‘
Shane, who disappeared Thursday, was one of Sinead’s four children: Jake Reynolds, Roisin Waters and Yeshua Francis Neil Bonadio.
Sinead had openly asked fans to pray for Shane’s health over the years, and she previously asked for help with her teenage son after his disappearance in January 2019.
Shane had reportedly been reported missing on Thursday (January 6) after allegedly being on suicide watch at a South Dublin hospital.
Sinead took to social media after Shane’s disappearance, threatening to sue the hospital “if something happens to my son.”
He later tweeted a Bob Marley song that he dedicated to Shane: “This is for my Shaney. Light of my life. The lamp of my soul. My blue-eyed baby. You will always be my light. We will always be together. No limit can separate us. ”
Police had previously launched an appeal for help to trace the whereabouts of Shane O’Connor, who had been missing since Thursday in Talllaght with Sinead tweeting: “Shane, your life is precious. God did not carve that beautiful smile on your beautiful face for nothing.
- Sinead O’Connor’s 17-year-old son died two days after he was reported missing
- Singer paid tribute to ‘beautiful’ Shane and said he ‘ended his earthly struggle’
- Comes after Garda launched appeal to find Shane, who was last seen on Friday
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