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Paris Jackson Writes Heartfelt Posts As A Tribute On The Death Of Two Of Her Close Friends

This American model and musician, took to Instagram to pay tribute to two of her close friends. She shared a series of photographs of her with them on Instagram, whom she named as Noah and Sofia, and mourned over their death. Jackson paid tribute to her late friends by penning down emotional and touching posts. She, however, did not reveal how or when her two friends died.

First, she wrote about Noah, “noah you were such a special soul. beautiful inside and out,” she captioned her post. “i swear that chipped-tooth smile brought pure sunshine into every single room it entered.”

She continued, “sorry life was so hard on you,” and that “the world [is] so cruel,” Jackson added that he “deserved nothing but light and joy and love, as that was what you brought into the lives of the people who knew you.”

She concluded her post, by saying, “it brings me peace to know you are now surrounded by those things, and no longer in pain. rest in transition, little brother. you will never be forgotten.”

In the next post, Jackson wrote about Sofia saying, losing one friend “is already too much.”

“i hate this,” she continued. “sofia thank you so much for all of the cuddles, laughs, and friendship. there was never a dull moment with you.”

She then adds, “i’m going to miss the chills all over my body when hearing you sing, discovering new music together, the downtown adventures in the middle of the night, all of it.” and continued by saying, “you came into my life when i really needed it, and i wish i could have been there for you towards the end.”

Jackson signed-off by writing, “you will be missed by so many. rest in transition love ♥️.”

A lot of Jackson’s friends shared their condolences in the comment section of both the posts.

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