Ed Sheeran says he "didn’t want to live anymore" after death of Jamal Edwards
Ed Sheeran said he felt he 'didn't want to live any more' after Jamal Edwards' death. Music entrepreneur Edwards died in February 2022 at the age of 31. His death came shortly after his wife Cherry Seaborn was told she needed surgery for a tumour that could not take place until after she gave birth.
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Ed Sheeran: singer ‘didn’t want to live any more’ following deaths of friends Jamal Edwards and Shane Warne
Singer tells Rolling Stone he sought therapy in wake of grief – and that as well as his forthcoming sixth album, he has two more records ready for release
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Ed Sheeran ‘didn’t want to live any more’ after string of personal traumas
Ed Sheeran has said he felt he “didn’t want to live any more” after the death of his best friend Jamal Edwards and discovering his pregnant wife had been diagnosed with a tumour.
3 months ago·IrelandRead Full Article
Ed Sheeran 'didn't want to live any more' after friend's death
“You’re under the waves drowning. You’re just sort of in this thing. And you can’t get out of it. I’ve always had real lows in my life. But it wasn’t really till last year that I actually addressed it.”
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