Heavy D, who was a popular contestant on the British version of “Celebrity Big Brother,” passed away. He was 43. The star’s close friend, actor Nick Nevern broke this tragic news to his fans via social media.
The reality star’s real name is Colin Newell and he had supposedly “gone missing”. He also withdrew from social media about two weeks ago. The Storage Hunter was allegedly vexed with endless mystery calls and messages in the days leading up to his death. Heavy D last posted on November 14 on Instagram and Twitter where he wrote about boxing. He also mentioned regarding, meeting a partner on a dating app.
David Newell revealed that one of his brothers found Heavy D dead at his North London home. Officials have not publicly declared a cause of death for the star.
Condolences for the Star:
Nick Nevern tweets, “I’m very shocked & saddened to hear of the passing of my friend @HeavyHeavyd,”. “U lived ur life the way u wanted to & f–k anyone who didn’t like it! U always brought a smile to my face bro & lifted any room you were in.”
The football channel also pays tribute to him on Twitter, writing: ‘We are shocked to hear the sad news that Heavy D has passed away today. ‘Our condolences go to his family at this very sad time.’
I’m very shocked & saddened to hear of the passing of my friend @HeavyHeavyd 😔 u lived ur life the way u wanted to & fuck anyone who didn’t like it! U always brought a smile to my face bro & lifted any room you where in. ❤️❤️❤️ #RIPHeavyD
— Nick Nevern (@NickNevern) November 25, 2020
Kelechi Anyikude, his fellow star put down a touching not saying, he’s shocked to hear the sad news that his fellow Arsenal fan and analyst Heavy D has passed away today. They shared the same platform for years and he always brought his positive vibes with him. He expressed his sincere condolences to his family at this very sad time. #RIPHeavyD.
Heavy D Life & Career:
Apart from being a participant on the 18th season of “Celebrity Big Brother” in 2016, he was also known for his frequent appearances on ArsenalFanTV. He took active participation in the interviews about Arsenal Football Club.
He appeared on the reality television series “Storage Hunters” as well.
Colin Newell is popularly known as “The Boominater” due to his famous catchphrase “Boom”. Colin was presently filming with the next “Rise of the Footsoldier” and he was undoubtedly happy and honoured to have the part. He has a 14-month-old daughter, Rory, with his ex-girlfriend, Bryony Harris.