Tommy Lee Posts Video Taylor Hawkins Sent Before Dying


Tommy Lee recently took to his Instagram account and posted a video clip of Foo Fighters drummer Taylor Hawkins, who passed away at the age of 50. He breathed his last at the Four Seasons Casa Medina hotel in Bogota, Colombia. Many have poured in their tribute to the legendary drummer. Tommy Lee shared the video clip which has made the fans emotional.

Tommy Lee shares an emotional video clip of Taylor Hawkins

In the quick clip, the musician, who died at age 50, called the Fuller House star a “good buddy” and “great drummer” before revealing that he wasn’t too happy with him, and sharing why.

“I am a little upset with him. Actually, I have to be honest with you because I was supposed to do that GEICO commercial. You know that GEICO commercial where he flips, flips the stick. That was mine. Originally that was mine,” Hawkins said.

“But they decided to go with Stamos because he’s better looking. But I am the best stick flipper around, sorry Stamos,” he continued. “I got this. It goes me, Tommy Lee, Stamos.”

The cause of death is still not officially confirmed, but there are reports. ‘According to those close to him, the death could be related to the consumption of drugs.’ The Daily Mail reported this alleged statement. He had a history of drug abuse.

White powder ‘similar to cocaine’,  and hallucinogens, were allegedly found in the five-star Casa Medina hotel room of Hawkins. Renowned Colombian journalist Luis Carlos Velez, the Bogota-based director of radio station FM recently claimed that a police officer who entered Hawkins’ room had told prosecutors he saw a ‘cocaine-like’ white powder.

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