Blue Goes Mew Wiki – Blue Goes Mew Biography
The Blue Goes Mew, the real name is Byron Bernstein, Twitch streamer Reckful The World of Warcraft streamer ex-girlfriend. Byron died of suicide on Thursday (July 2nd).
Confirm news of Byron Bernstein Death
“I… I’m at a loss right now,” she tweeted, not saying who it was at first. “Something I’ve been scared of happening for so long happened. I can’t stop crying. It’s so painful. Please no. Someone I love killed themselves. I wish I could have said something to prevent it… whyyyyyy. I keep thinking there’s something I could have said or done… I wish I reached out more.”
I… I’m at a loss right now. Something I’ve been scared of happening for so long happened. I can’t stop crying. It’s so painful. Please no.
— Blue (@BlueGoesMew) July 2, 2020
“Yes, it’s him. He’s gone,” she wrote, confirming Reckfuls death. “I’ve been having a panic attack for an hour. I don’t know what to do. Byron, I wish I could have helped you. We all do. I’m so sorry I couldn’t. Thank you for being a part of my life. Love you always.”
The Binary Changed The Text The Day Before His Death Blue shared a text sharing with Reckful, with whom he was trying to talk to him on the phone. “God damn it, I wish he got the phone. I knew she was sad, but I didn’t know how sad she was. I was very devastated. ” The text exchange said that Reckful is very difficult to speak right now, and Blue made sure that he was there if he needed it.
Blue Goes Mew New Boyfriend
On Instagram, Blue spoke about his new partner. In his most recent post, he talked about spending time with his wife’s dog. “My bf’s dog sneaks into her bed to hug me while bf goes to work. (He knows he shouldn’t be in bed) ”he wrote.
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F*ck off body dysmorphia 😡 Feeling good ✌🏻😊 pic.twitter.com/mrErNoJS0S
— Blue (@BlueGoesMew) May 1, 2020
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