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Sinéad O’Connor, 55, is mourning the death of her 17-year-old son Nevi’im Nesta Ali Shane O’Connor. The adolescent went missing shortly after being taken to an Irish hospital for suicidal attempts.

Jake Reynolds (34), Yeshua Bonadio (15), and Roisin Waters (25), the soloist’s other offspring, are two sons and a daughter.

On January 7, 2022, the soloist stated online, “My darling son, Nevi’im Nesta Ali Shane O’Connor, the light of my life, decided today to finish his fight on earth, and now he is with God.”

“Let him lie in peace, and no one else should follow in his footsteps. My little one. I adore you to death. I implore you to maintain your composure “He came to a conclusion.

On Thursday, January 6, 2022, the artist’s kid was reported missing, and his death was verified on Saturday, January 8.

Authorities notified Sinéad, who had been struggling with mental health concerns, that her son had died.

The singer posted on Twitter on January 6: “This disappearance, Shane, is not amusing. You terrify me.

Could you please do the right thing and inform the authorities? Please inform the authorities for Shane’s protection if you are with him.”

“Shane, you have a limited amount of time on this planet. God did not chisel that gorgeous smile on your face in vain. Without you, my world would fall apart. You are the center of my universe. Please don’t stop hitting him with your fists. Please don’t cause yourself any harm. Let’s go to the hospital, shall we? “, the singer also posted on the internet.

After Shane attempted suicide twice just seven days earlier, Sinéad accused the Dublin Medical Center of letting him slide through their fingers. “How could a distraught 17-year-old girl, who was supervised, manage to vanish?” wrote the soloist. The medical center remained silent.

Shane was the artist’s kid with Donal Lunny, her former life partner (74). The adolescent was also reported missing in 2019, but he was found in a short period of time by the police. “Pray for my son Shane, the light of my life,” the soloist posted online in February 2021.

 

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