Sinead O'Connor pays tribute to son, 17, who died after going missing

Sinead O’Connor has paid tribute to her 17-year-old son Shane, who tragically died after his disappearance.

The musician shared the news after disappearing in Tallaght, south Dublin, on Friday with a public call for information.

Sinead went on social media for information and asked him to come home. reports the MEN.

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She tweeted, “Shane, your life is precious. God didn’t chisel that beautiful smile on your beautiful face for nothing.

“This is a message for my son Shane. Shane, it’s no longer funny that all of this is lost. You scare me to death Could you please do the right thing and present yourself at a Gardai station with Shane, please call the Gardai for his safety “.

As of today, the Gardai have stopped looking for Shane.

The 55-year-old musician announced the tragic news of his death on Twitter, saying: “My beautiful son, Nevi’im Nesta Ali Shane O’Connor, the light of my life, has 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.

A spokesman for the Gardai said: “After a body was recovered in the Bray area of ​​Wicklow on Friday the 7th.

Sinead, who changed her name to Shuhada Davitt in 2018, tweeted a song by Bob Marley dedicated to Shane, Sinead’s son and musician Donal Lunny, 74.

The couple split shortly after Shane was born in 2004.

In total, the singer from Nothing Compares was married four times and has four children.

Her other children include Jake Reynolds, whom she had with her first husband John Reynolds, as well as daughter Roising Water, who she had with Irish journalist John Waters, and their youngest child, Yeshua Francis Neil Bonadio, from her relationship with Frank. Bonadio was created in 2006.

Following the announcement of Shane’s death this morning, Sinead received supportive messages from fans and celebrity friends.

Former Pogues member Cáit O’Riordan tweeted, “I’m so sorry Sinead”.

TV host Muireann O’Connell tweeted, “I’m so sorry for your tragic loss. My thoughts are with you and your family.”

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