Skip to comments.Tattooed Model Known as Zombie Boy, Dies at 32 (suicide)
Posted on 08/04/2018 10:17:36 AM PDT by libh8er
Rick Genest, a model who was known for his head-to-toe tattoos and for appearing in the music video for Lady Gagas 2011 song Born This Way, has died at 32.
Dulcedo Management, which represented him, confirmed his death on its Facebook page on Thursday but did not say where or precisely when he died. He lived in Montreal.
On her Twitter account, Lady Gaga said the cause was suicide, and that it was beyond devastating.
We have to work harder to change the culture, bring Mental Health to the forefront and erase the stigma that we cant talk about it, she wrote.
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Did he, perhaps, have trouble getting a job?
...apparently without a sense of irony...
Suicide is painless
Of course, the Hollywood vampire (in this case, Gaga) was perfectly willing to cash in on his mental illness when it was profitable for her, rather than getting him help...
It appears we are on the road to normalizing psychopathology: homosexuality, gender dysphoria, whatever you call what this poor freak did to himself, etc. So “bringing metal health to the forefront” apparently means erasing the concept of metal illness.
When will this tattooing crap end? There’s a reason Jews and Catholics proscribe it.
Such a waste of....ink.
“We have to work harder to change the culture, bring Mental Health to the forefront and erase the stigma that we cant talk about it, she wrote.”
Gaga and other liberals allow troubled people to hide behind tats, homosexuality, and other crap. They enable the mentally ill. We used to help them, now we tell them it’s OK.
And nobody realized he had mental problems?
Such a waste of....sperm
Hum the melody of ‘Suicide is painless’ to the middle 8th of the melody to “Its a mad mad mad World”.
Exaccty my first thought too
It’s odd how such self contradictory attitudes end up dissolving themselves.
One of Gaga’s more recent pop songs is the diner-fare, annoying sounding “The Cure.” Whether her idea of a cure is right, the idea that one might be needed opens the door to greater discussion.
https://youtu.be/ZoLhuRp5IjM Its a mad mad mad world ...song
It has become harder and harder to distinguish between going mad and “artistic license.”
Demons influenced/controlled him.
Kinda like that fat woman who lived on her sofa for 20+ years.
Couldn’t stand looking at that Face every morning
Looks like he walked into Halloween and never wanted to leave it.
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