Chester Bennington’s death is the shocking headline that horrified every Linkin Park fan on Thursday.
According to reports, the rock band singer was found dead in his Los Angeles home after he hanged himself.
Before the shocking news of Chester Bennington’s death, his social media was filled with photos of him performing and announcements of projects he’s been working on.
In previous interviews, Bennington have also confessed of being addicted to drugs and alcohol and being abused by an older male when he was a child.
Following the news of Chester Bennington’s death, fans flooded social media to express their grief.
— Pareeta Nayee (@PareetaNayee91) July 21, 2017
— The-yad (@im_hungryyy) July 21, 2017
— Naddie (@BeingNaddie) July 21, 2017
— Gavino (@gavincardoza) July 21, 2017
— Jethro (@jethrobautro) July 21, 2017
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— David Sia (@Professor_Sia) July 21, 2017
— Jonk (@JonkOjonk) July 21, 2017
“I’m one step closer to the edge, and I’m about to break.”
Depression is real. It defies logic. It’s fatal.#RIPChesterBennington
— Francesca Litton (@CheckLit) July 21, 2017
“Nobody wants to die. They just want the pain to stop.” #RIPChesterBennington
— Jason Pellegrini (@JPellegrini1983) July 21, 2017
Hearing the news made my heart sink 💔 #RIPChesterBennington
— Luke Rockets (@lukewithcon) July 21, 2017
We were so busy getting lost in your words that we forgot to understand their meaning. #RIPChesterBennington
— Jhing Bautista (@jhingness) July 21, 2017
When I saw this man he changed so many things in music and performing for me. He will always be remembered #RIPChesterBennington
— REX (@rexofficialx) July 20, 2017
A person’s mental health is soooo important. Hug your loved ones and seek help. #RIPChesterBennington
— Nick Jonas Fandom (@NickJonasUPD) July 20, 2017
Even a life full of people and riches can be a lonely one. Call someone who might need to hear a friendly voice today. #RIPChesterBennington
— Web Girl Kathleen (@WebGirlKathleen) July 20, 2017
So sad to see someone who’s helped so many people through hard times lose their own battle. #RIPChesterBennington
— Adam Lee (@_AdamLee) July 20, 2017