Sinead O’Connor shares heartfelt message for late son Shane’s father Donal Lunny
Sinead O’Connor has extended her condolences to the father of her son Shane, who died last week.
The Nothing Compares 2 U singer announced on Saturday that Shane had died at the age of 17.
She shared the teen with former partner Donal Lunny and took to Twitter on Sunday to pass on a heartfelt message to the grieving father.
In a tweet, Sinead acknowledged Donal’s efforts in supporting their son, writing: ‘You did your best too, Donal. And Shane adored you. And I will always remember how sweet you have been to him.
‘You have been a lovely father. I am so sorry for your loss.’
She also tweeted: ‘I would like to thank all care staff at Riverside for the love you gave Shane. You did your best at all times. He loves you for it and so do I. Be at peace.’
‘Shaney, babba, stick with me. Wherever you may also be, please stick with me. My baby. I don’t know how I’m going to live without you,’ the musician wrote in another post.
Shane was Sinead’s only child with Donal but she is also mother to three other children; son Jake, 34, with her first husband John Reynolds, daughter Roisin, 25, with former boyfriend John Waters, and son Yeshua, 15, with Frank Bonadio.
Announcing Shane’s death, the Irish star wrote in a Twitter post: ‘My beautiful son, Nevi’im Nesta Ali Shane O’Connor, the very light of my life, 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. Please be at peace.’
Shane was reported missing earlier in the week and Irish police force An Garda Síochána had issued an official report appealing for information on January 6 after Shane went missing from an area of Dublin.
On January 8, Gardaí confirmed to the Irish Examiner that the search for Shane had been stood down following the discovery of a body in Bray, County Wicklow.
‘An Garda Síochána would like to thank the media and public for their assistance in this matter. No further action is required and no further information is available at this time,’ a spokesperson said.
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