You know, there’s more to Jared Leto than having a reportedly huge penis or irritating the everloving f–k out of his Suicide Squad castmates. He’s also a person who can be truly thoughtful and sensitive. He is also a musician.
While countless fans were shocked and saddened by Linkin Park singer Chester Bennington’s death by suicide, we have to remember that there were people who knew Chester as a person as well as an artist.
Jared Leto is one of those people, and he penned a beautiful tribute to Chester’s life and memory.
Sometimes it takes days, or longer, to process news of a death even enough to write down your thoughts and feelings in a way that might make sense to anyone.
(Some people never do)
We’re glad that Jared Leto collected his thoughts and expressed himself, because this is beautiful:
“When I think of Chester I remember his smile, his laughter, his intelligence, kindness, and talent.”
That’s precisely how he should be remembered.
“That absolutely unforgettable voice that was at once — delicate, ferocious and always full of emotion.”
Passion fuels art, after all.
“Witnessing his life taught me a lot. Especially about commitment, about kindness, about hard work, and the pursuit and achievement of dreams and mostly, about love.”
That’s a lot to learn from one person.
“I know that both his family and his band were a massive source of inspiration and pride for him.”
Of course they were — which made his loss that much harder for countless people.
But Jared’s focusing on the positive.
“It was clear to me that he was deeply grateful for both the people that surrounded him and the life that he had.”
It’s good that he’s giving credit to Chester’s loved ones, instead of blaming them — as some awful people do after suicides.
“My heart goes out to his family, friends, band and …read more
Source:: The Hollywood Gossip