Unforgettable Farewells: 7 Legendary Last Words from Celebrities on Their Deathbeds

When one is about to kick the bucket or join the ancestors, a lot of things tend to unfold later signaling their ultimate departure from the planet Earth. This often appears to be a mirage to some people while others believe that such individuals foresee their demise and speak significantly about them either unknowingly or not.

Here are indelible farewells of some distinguished celebrities in the world that would surpass your doubts about the journey across the Rubicon:

1.”We will be back in five minutes”.—Paul Walker.

The actor said these words to an engineer at a charity event for typhoon victims. He left the venue in his car which later crashed and burst into flames.

  1. “More milk.” – Michael Jackson.

The popstar did not want real milk, but he was referring to propofol which is a powerful hospital anaesthetic he needed at that dire moment.

  1. “I have offended God and mankind because my work did not reach the quality it should have.”– Leonardo da Vinci.
  2. “I am just going. Have me decently buried, and do not let my body be put into the vault in less than two days after I am dead.”—George Washington.
  3. “I just want a sprinkle cupcake, get two I swear, get two but I won’t eat but one.” – Whitney Houston.

These were the diva’s last words to her assistant minutes before she was found floating in the bathtub in her hotel room.

  1. “Money can’t buy life”.— Bob Marley.
  2. “I love you all more than life itself”.—Juice Wrld.

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