Red Hot Chili Peppers Fans Stunned After Bad John Frusciante Rumor


Red Hot Chili Peppers bassist Flea recently made an Instagram post regarding the death of singer Dr. John (Malcolm John Rebennack Jr.). He wrote, “My God, Dr. John.” This led to many fans who are unfamiliar with Dr. John fearing that something terrible had happened to former Red Hot Chili Peppers guitarist John Frusciante, despite the fact that he is completely fine.

this_is_the_last_goodbye commented:

Dr John Frusciante 😪😭😖😔

jairsaade commented:

Dr John F?

whereisleoj commented:

Fruscianteeeee 🙌🙌🙌🙌🙏🙏

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marcotrm77 commented:

Everybody loves John Frusciante…

itzbranchy commented:

Guys, it’s not about John Frusciante. It’s about a musician called ‘Dr. John’ who passed away a few hours ago.

apmancini commented:

New Orleans John, guys… not Frusciante. Get over him, there are another men called John in the world 🙌🏻

ankit_bp commented:

What does this mean , don’t tell me John released something because it’s my birthday today I’ll freak out if John released something today, please someone please explain this to me

KCUR reported a couple of days ago:

Malcolm John Rebennack, better known as Dr. John, is being remembered as an American original. He died Thursday at the age of 77. A second line in his native New Orleans danced him home yesterday. Dr. John captured the rhythms and language of his hometown and made them uniquely his own. As NPR’s John Burnett reports, the pianist, composer and singer became an ambassador of the New Orleans vibe, carrying it to fans around the world.