Melissa Etheridge said Wednesday that her child Beckett Cipher has kicked the bucket.
Etheridge discharged an announcement saying narcotic fixation was behind Cipher’s passing.
“Today I joined the a huge number of families who have lost friends and family to narcotic enslavement,” the announcement said. “My child Beckett, who was only 21, attempted to beat his fixation lastly surrendered to it today.”
No further subtleties on the demise were uncovered.
Hours sooner, Etheridge’s Twitter account had reported the demise of Cipher, one of two youngsters the 58-year-old artist had with previous accomplice Julie Cipher, imagined with sperm from Rock and Roll Hall of Famer David Crosby.
The every day Facebook Live show Etheridge has been giving during the coronavirus episode was dropped.
“My heart is broken,” Etheridge’s announcement said. “We battle with what else we could have done to spare him, and at long last we realize he is out of the torment now. I will sing once more, soon. It has consistently mended me.”
Etheridge and Julie Cipher had a little girl, Bailey Jean Cipher, in 1997. Beckett Cipher was brought into the world the next year. The couple split in 2000.
Etheridge, a 58-year-old Grammy champ, artist lyricist and extremist, additionally has 13-year-old twins.
Crosby retweeted a report declaring the demise, yet he has not remarked.