What Anthony Bourdain Told Chris Cornell Shortly Before Death Revealed

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Photo credit: le_accidental_vegetarian on Instagram

The Promise producer Eric Esrailian discussed Chris Cornell and Anthony Bourdain meeting backstage at The Tonight Show Starring Jimmy Fallon in April 2017 in new tweets.

“My heart goes out to the family, friends, loved ones, and fans of @Bourdain – I am reposting this picture from last year’s @FallonTonight – He came backstage to meet our inspirational brothers @chriscornell & #mattcameron & said he was their fan.

He hung out, talked about possibly going to Armenia with @serjtankian & gushed about Chris’ powerful humanitarian work on @thepromisefilm … Thank you for your courageous words about the Armenian Genocide. You will be truly missed 🙏💔”

Amy Decker also wrote about being backstage at The Tonight Show on Instagram, “April 19, 2017 …. last time i saw both of these men in person. CC was performing The Promise on Fallon and it was [Peter Cornell]’s birthday. Today is a sad reminder how fragile life is.”

Cornell died by suicide in May 2017, while Bourdain died by suicide on Friday. You can call the National Suicide Prevention Lifeline at 1-800-273-8255.

  • Olga Stewart

    Matt Cameron has a post about Anthony and Soundgarden on his IG page.

    And it can be found here: https://www.instagram.com/themattcameron

  • Dan Hennen

    Murdered, both of them.

    • Olga Stewart

      Where’s your proof?

      • Bryon McCarty

        Where is your proof they weren’t ??

        • Olga Stewart

          And I was asking Dan the question.

          Not you.

          • Bryon McCarty

            Lol typical

      • John Juenger

        Isn’t that the standard retort for your kind?

        • Olga Stewart

          Well, I would rather be a kind than an it like you.

  • Christina Hurst

    Two beautiful souls with mutual desires to check the f**ck out. 😢😢😢😢😢

    • jeff

      Beautiful soul? Anthony was a fkn douche.

      • Olga Stewart

        How kind.

        Not.

        • jeff
          • Olga Stewart

            Isn’t it wonderful that people will focus on the bad things people did in their lives?

            Especially both after they have died and and aren’t here to defend themselves.

          • jeff

            Maybe next you should make excuses for Hitler, or Jeffrey Dahmer? Not a comparison, just examples of ppl that did bad things.I’m sure they were good in some way too?

          • makingconnections

            Wacko alert Olga.

          • Olga Stewart

            Wacko has been blocked.

          • makingconnections

            Doesn’t it seem like those who have something dark to contribute appear when they know people are confused and vulnerable because of grief?

          • Olga Stewart

            Yes, it does.

            And that says something about a person when they do that sort of thing.