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Wednesday, 21 August 2013

…How an American Actor, LEE THOMAS Died Because of Yoruba Language…

Photo: Is Yoruba Language EVIL?

…How an American Actor, LEE THOMAS Died Because of Yoruba Language…

…THE untold STORY….



29-Year-Old Former Disney Star, 'Lee Thompson Young' Commits Suicide

Actor Lee Thompson Young, who starred in the Disney Channel children's series "The Famous Jett Jackson," has committed suicide at age 29, his manager said Monday.
Lee Thompson Young’s body was discovered at his home in Los Angeles, officials said. 
The 29-year-old actor, who died on August 19, currently appears on TNT’s Rizzoli & Isles. However, when he failed to appear to work this morning, co-workers called Lee’s landlord to check up on him.
Sadly, when the landlord opened the door, Lee’s body was found, TMZ claims. Police responded at approximately 9:45 A.M on Aug. 19.

A spokesperson for the Los Angeles Police Department said Young was found dead of a gunshot wound in his Los Angeles home on Monday.
So sad... truly heartbreaking!

HOW HE DIED OF YORUBA RELIGION

Actor Lee Thompson Young committed suicide in his apartment by shooting himself, now E online is reporting that the actor's behaviour changed after he 'began practicing Yoruba'. What the heck are these people saying? When did Yoruba become a religion? Read the report below...

From E online.com
"The Rizzoli & Isles star, who was 29 at the time of his death, "didn't drink or party," says a source, adding,  "He was the opposite. Lee loved to travel and was always the first to tell everyone to take a breath and enjoy the beauty of life." He was always "gentle and unassuming," despite his early success, and didn't have the typical "look-at-me" attitude.
That said, those close to Young noticed things "really changed" a few years ago when he began practicing Yorùbá, an Africa-based religion which has a saying, "iku ya j'esin", meaning  "death is preferable to ignominy." Some have questioned whether this means that suicide is an acceptable way to preserve personal or family honor in the face of public shame.
However, Yorùbá culture icon and Chief Priest of Osogbo, Araba Ifayemi Osundagbonu Elebuibon, told the National Mirror earlier this year that the religion "[does] not support suicide. Their belief is that if somebody commits suicide, they will be punished in the hereafter."

The Famous Jett Jackson star "took [his religion] to the next level and started wearing white all of the time," says a source, adding, "This religion was everything to him."  Although he reportedly took a break from practicing Yorùbá, he recently returned to the religion. Just before his death, he visited a small village in Africa for something reportedly related to the religion.


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29-Year-Old Former Disney Star, 'Lee Thompson Young' Commits Suicide

Actor Lee Thompson Young, who starred in the Disney Channel children's series "The Famous Jett Jackson," has committed suicide at age 29, his manager said Monday.
Lee Thompson Young’s body was discovered at his home in Los Angeles, officials said.
The 29-year-old actor, who died on August 19, currently appears on TNT’s Rizzoli & Isles. However, when he failed to appear to work this morning, co-workers called Lee’s landlord to check up on him.
Sadly, when the landlord opened the door, Lee’s body was found, TMZ claims. Police responded at approximately 9:45 A.M on Aug. 19.


A spokesperson for the Los Angeles Police Department said Young was found dead of a gunshot wound in his Los Angeles home on Monday.
So sad... truly heartbreaking!

HOW HE DIED OF YORUBA RELIGION

Actor Lee Thompson Young committed suicide in his apartment by shooting himself, now E online is reporting that the actor's behaviour changed after he 'began practicing Yoruba'. What the heck are these people saying? When did Yoruba become a religion? Read the report below...

From E online.com
"The Rizzoli & Isles star, who was 29 at the time of his death, "didn't drink or party," says a source, adding, "He was the opposite. Lee loved to travel and was always the first to tell everyone to take a breath and enjoy the beauty of life." He was always "gentle and unassuming," despite his early success, and didn't have the typical "look-at-me" attitude.
That said, those close to Young noticed things "really changed" a few years ago when he began practicing Yorùbá, an Africa-based religion which has a saying, "iku ya j'esin", meaning "death is preferable to ignominy." Some have questioned whether this means that suicide is an acceptable way to preserve personal or family honor in the face of public shame.
However, Yorùbá culture icon and Chief Priest of Osogbo, Araba Ifayemi Osundagbonu Elebuibon, told the National Mirror earlier this year that the religion "[does] not support suicide. Their belief is that if somebody commits suicide, they will be punished in the hereafter."

The Famous Jett Jackson star "took [his religion] to the next level and started wearing white all of the time," says a source, adding, "This religion was everything to him." Although he reportedly took a break from practicing Yorùbá, he recently returned to the religion. Just before his death, he visited a small village in Africa for something reportedly related to the religion.


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