Fans Spot Eerie Detail In Matthew Perry’s Last Post Before His Death – And Now Everyone’s Saying The Same Thing

The entertainment industry is in mourning following the death of TV great Matthew Perry. His body was discovered at his Los Angeles home yesterday. He was 54 years old and was most known in the 1990s for his role as Chandler Bing on the smash TV sitcom Friends. According to accounts, the celebrity played pickleball for two hours before heading home. He then dispatched his assistant on an errand. Perry was still in his jacuzzi but not moving when the assistant returned two hours later.

TMZ was the first to report Perry’s death, stating that fire crews were called to her home for a cardiac arrest. The star had a history of drug and alcohol abuse, but police say no drugs were found at the scene and they do not suspect foul play. While the official cause of Perry’s death is still being investigated, there are naturally questions on the internet about whether it had anything to do with his well-known past issues.

On the day he died, Perry was claimed to have been playing pickleball, and a buddy who joined him there believes she observed a warning sign just hours before he died.Another topic of discussion on the internet is the Friends star’s most recent Instagram post, which appears to contain a rather disturbing detail.

Perry captioned a photo of himself in his jacuzzi a week ago, “Oh, so warm water swirling around makes you feel good?” “My name is Mattman.” Since Perry was claimed to have been found comatose in the jacuzzi, some grim parallels are being made.”The irony is heartbreaking,” one Twitter user said. “Farewell, Matthew Perry, forever our Chandler Bing.” “OMG, that’s terrifying!!” So Sad!” wrote another.

A third added: “This image is heartbreaking. May he now know peace.” A fourth person wrote, “That appears to be a big hot tub. So scary, lonely, and sad. Wishing him rest at last and serenity that passes all comprehension to his loved ones, FRIENDS & fans.“ Here is Matthew Perry’s most recent post on social media:Perry was honest about his various bouts with addiction in his autobiography, which came out last year. He also talked about putting on weight when Friends ended, and he seemed to be doing everything he could to get his life back on track.

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