Sinéad O’Connor’s heartbreaking last words before death revealed

A little more than a year after the death of her son, Sinéad O’Connor, one of the most well-known Irish performers, passed away. O’Connor’s son, who was 17 years old, committed himself, and she never recovered from the loss.

She was “our beloved Sinéad,” her family wrote in a letter to The Irish Times. “It is with great sadness that we announce the passing of our beloved Sinéad.”Her family and friends are inconsolable and have asked for privacy during this extremely trying time.

O’Connor, who was born on December 8, 1966, didn’t have an easy childhood. The artist, who had a physically abusive mother, has dedicated her life to speaking out against child abuse because she doesn’t want any other children to go through what she had through.

1990s Sinéad O’Connor. Credit: Redferns/Getty/Michel Linssen.

Following the enormous success of Nothing Compares 2 U, which put her on the world stage in 1990, O’Connor pushed awareness and shared candidly throughout her career about her activism, religious journey, and battles with mental illness.

The controversy surrounding her life began at a period when there were protests and accusations of the Catholic Church covering up cases of sexual abuse. When O’Connor appeared on Saturday Night Live, she sang Bob Marley’s War and tore a picture of Pope John Paul II while asking the audience to “fight the real enemy.” This was a highly contentious way for O’Connor to communicate her feelings about the entire situation.

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Although her career was impacted, the singer insisted that she had no regrets. “See, everyone wants to be a pop star. But I sing in protest. Just some things I needed to get off my chest. In her memoir Rememberings from 2021, she stated, “I had no desire for stardom.

O’Connor converted to Islam in 2018 after spending her entire life as a devout Christian and even receiving priestly ordination in the Irish Orthodox Catholic and Apostolic Church. Shuhada’ Davitt became her new name after that.


O’Connor tweeted about her sorrow over the loss of her son just before she passed away. The late Irish artist responded to a tweet from the Inspirational Quotes account asking, “Tell me how your life is going using emojis,” by posting 10 sobbing faces and the hashtag, “lostmy17yrOldSonToSuicidein2022.”

She added on July 17 in the tearful post, “Been living as undead night creature since,” He was my soul’s light and the love of my life. We were two parts of one soul. The only person who has ever shown me absolute affection is him.

With that, she declared, “I am lost in the bardo without him.”

Enjoy your tranquility, O’Connor, Sinead.

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