Brad Fischetti is absolutely disconsolate after the death of his LFO partner, Devin Lima. See his touching tribute after Devin died tragically at the age of 41 here.
Devin Lima died tragically of cancer at age 41 on November 21, and his old friend and bandmate, Brad Fischetti, understandably, staggering over the news. Brad broke his silence about Devin's passing with a YouTube video post, wearing an LFO shirt and looking visibly devastated. "Harold & Devin & # 39; Lima died early this morning after a brave battle with cancer, many will miss him a lot," the 43-year-old boy began to say in the video.
"For me, he was a brother. For his six children, he was a father, for his mother, a wonderful companion, "the singer continued. "He was a son, a brother, a friend and loved by many. He was an extraordinary talent and a beautiful man. I will miss him and honor him and I know that right now he is in the presence of greatness in the middle of heaven talking to Jesus saying: "Hey, be careful with my friends". "He finished his one minute statement." That's where I find peace. "
The news of Devin's death is especially tragic, since the third member of LFO, Rich CroninHe also died of cancer in 2010. Rich was diagnosed with leukemia in 2005, three years after LFO decided to separate. It came into remission in January 2006, and the band met briefly in 2009. However, only a few months later, Rich's cancer came back and the group disbanded once again. Rich died sadly in September 2010 when he was only 36 years old.
After continuing with other projects, Brad and Devin returned to meet in 2017 and released a new song called "Perfect 10." They were expected to be on tour in 2018, but doctors discovered stage four cancer of Devin after removing a tumor that was malignant in October. 2017. Obviously, the plans had to be modified, since Devin fought against the horrible disease.
"Devin's spirits are good," Brad told fans on Instagram about a year ago. "The desire to return to music drives it." LFO was best known for its hit song "Summer Girls," which was released in 1999. They were released to follow-up hits such as "Girl on TV" and "Every Other Time," but their main success was short-lived. Our thoughts are with Devin's family and loved ones during this difficult time.