Vivica A. Fox shares a message from Regina King after her son commits suicide


Fox told her that King, co-sponsor of “Cocktails with Queens,” asked her to share her awareness of the overflow of love in the masses.

Veteran actress on monday Vivica A. Fox, A quarter of the Fox Soul Show Cocktail with the queenShare updates about, Regina King Following the recent death of King’s son, Ian Alexander Junior

Fox visited her friend over the weekend and told her co-organizer, “She’s okay.” She went on to remember how King wanted to see her and she got the text “She went there right away.”

Actresses Vivica A. Fox (left) and Regina King (right) will be performing together at the 2005 Black Movie Awards at the Wiltern Theater in Los Angeles.  (Photo: Frederick M. Brown / Getty Images)

Actresses Vivica A. Fox (left) and Regina King (right) will be performing together at the 2005 Black Movie Awards at the Wiltern Theater in Los Angeles. (Photo: Frederick M. Brown / Getty Images)

With clips shared by Shade room And various other outlets, Fox emotionally relayed Claudia Jordan, Lisa Ray McCoy When Sirina Johnson On her way to King’s house, she called some people for advice on how to comfort her. “I’m scared,” Fox said, remembering how she felt. “I don’t want to say anything wrong.”

“She’s very strong,” Fox argued about the King that viewers have celebrated on TV and movie screens since she made her debut as a teenager. 227 It dates back to 1985. “First and foremost, I’m glad I could hug her and see her eyes. This is one of the longest weekends I’ve ever had. It seems like I can’t stop crying.”

According to Fox, King asked her to share what she knew about the overflow of love she had received after Alexander committed suicide on January 19, a few days after her 26th birthday. .. His death was confirmed on Friday.

In tears, Fox told the trio: If someone sees signs of suffering, or if someone contacts you and it’s probably not having a good day … stop, take a moment and make sure they’re okay give me. “

Fox added that the Black Hollywood community was there for the King of her home. “If you never thought you were an African-American actress, actor, love and support each other … I saw it last night. I was very proud.”

As Recently reported, A week before his death, Alexander shared on social media: “I don’t think Instagram is healthy for me.” It was his last tweet on Friday, January 14th.

In another post, a young musician wrote: Spongebob As they get into his brain, it’s just a bunch of mini sponge bobs losing their s —… .. yes, one really hits the house. “

Alexander’s death from suicide last week was confirmed by his mother in a statement. She read, “Our family has been devastated at the deepest level by the loss of Ian.” “He was a very bright light and very deeply concerned about the happiness of others. Our family pays homage to this private time and asks for consideration. Thank you.”

Ian was the only child of King and his ex-husband Ian Alexander, Senior.. , Who she has been married for 10 years.

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