Glee Stars Express Their Sorrow On Naya Rivera’s Death
Naya Rivera, the actor known for her role in Glee died after she was declared missing on 8 July. However, her body was found on 13 July five days after she went missing. They found was recovered from the lake where she went boating with her son. Moreover, the loss of the actor comes as a shock to her co-stars from Glee who expressed their sorry on the death of the actor. Her co-stars from Glee like Jane Lynch, Josh Sussman, and Max Adler were among the first ones to express their condolences through social media.
Chris Colfer Pens An Emotional Note On Naya’s Death
Chris Colfer, who worked with Naya in Glee penned a long emotional message on the death of his co-star. “How can you convey all your love and respect for someone in one post? How can you summarize a decade of friendship and laughter with words alone? If you were friends with Naya Rivera, you simply can’t.” Chris said and continued, “Her brilliance and humor were unmatched. Her beauty and talent were otherworldly. She spoke truth to power with poise and fearlessness. Naya could turn a bad day into a great day with a single remark. She inspired and uplifted people without even trying.”
Becca Tobin Is Shattered From The Death Of Naya
Becca Tobin also wrote a long post along with a photo with Naya. Moreover, excerpts from her post go like this, “To my surprise, Naya, one of the most beloved by the rest of the cast (and the entire world), showed me instant warmth and kindness. She invited me to parties and gatherings and was always there to give advice. She was a superstar who had nothing to gain from being kind to the new girl, but she was and that changed this new girl’s entire experience on that show.”
Police Says No Sign Of Suicide Or Murder In Naya’s Death
While confirming the death of Naya, police also said that the death did not look like murder or suicide. They were confident that she drowned due to drowning. Moreover, one police officer said, “We are confident the body we found is that of Naya Rivera, there is no indication of foul play or that this was a suicide.”