Gemma Collins paid an emotional tribute to Go Mick No Cross, found tragically dead on January 21 at the age of 57.
The 39-year-old, who recently warned that her father “may not be”, but claimed to “will be back home soon” during the battle of Corona 19, posted sweet pictures of himself and Mick on Instagram feed. 2 million followers you can see.
Snap sees a blonde beauty wearing an all-black ensemble smiling at the camera and talking to the nightclub owner.
In the caption, she wrote “Always a gentleman” with a broken emoji.
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She continued. “I was absolutely shocked and sad about the news. [broken heart emoji] My thoughts and prayers are absolutely tragic for the Kirk family and friends #ripmicknorcross [sic]
The reality star, who enjoyed a short romance with Mick in 2011, said, “The memories of the early sugar huts and the wonderful filming parties you wrought will never be forgotten. [sic] As another high-end emoticon.
Before singing, Gemma added: “It was one of the good guys to never know who was going through you.” [sic] With sad face emoticon.
Former TOWIE star Kirk’s father Mick is believed to have died under unsuspecting circumstances. His body was reportedly found in the Essex home.
Police said, “We got a call on Thursday, January 21st, at an address on Brentwood Road in Bulphan just before 3:15pm.
“Unfortunately, a man inside it turned out to be dead. His death will not be treated as suspicious and a file will be prepared for the coroner.”
Public source Confirm! “There were a lot of ambulances outside [Mick’s] They added, “If this is true, it is so sad.”
On the morning of January 21, nightclub owner Mick said, “After all, remind yourself that you did your best, and that’s enough.”
Worried fans asked if he was okay at the age of 57, and replied to his tweets with an offended emoji that sensed something was wrong.
One of TOWIE’s original members who starred alongside Mark Wright and Lucy Mecklenburgh, Mario Falcone added his own offended emoji. Mario also tweeted that he was “shocked and hurt” for the tragic news.
Meanwhile, Ex On The Beach stars Jess Impiazzi and Elliott Wright also replied with heartbroken emojis.
Another follower, Mark Hassell, wrote: “I can’t really believe this. It was so sad. He was a really amazing person. He was a great person, he was welcoming and elegant. He always treated me very well.”
Many other celebrity friends have also paid tribute through social media feeds.
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