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Sports Stars Mixed Reactions To Pay Tribute For “The Starman” David Bowie

The news about David Bowie’s Death truly shocked the world last January 10,2016. On Monday morning, the singer’s representatives confirmed through different social media accounts with the subject line “David Bowi Died peacefully today surrounded by family after 18 months battle with cancer”. According to a reliable source Telegraph, Bowie’s death took place just in line with the launching of his 25th album entitled “Black Star”, a top UK album wherein the singer’s past records reappeared on charts.

Bowie dies at the age of 69 who was reportedly suffering from liver cancer. Although the illness remained a secret to the public, Van Hove, who has been working for Bowie’s finale (Lazarus Musical) told Dutchnews.nl regarding the story behind. In addition to that, the singer’s ex-girlfriend Angie confirmed the same story while deciding to stay on the TV show Big Brother house despite the Bowie’s death.

The whole world mourned last Monday night especially in Brixton, Bowie’s birth place. The streets were seen with parties and vigils of which has been extended way to Hollywood, around his star on the Walk of Fame. There were also different reactions seen from huge celebrities, co-singers and even sports superstars.

A total of 8 million tweets broke the twitterverse while some of the close friends, fans and millions of folks from around the world joined The Rolling Stones in spreading their sympathy for “The Starman”

Let’s take a look some of the reactions regarding the tragic news:

Photos courtesy of (Telegraph & Dafabetsports)



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