We Came as Romans’ Kyle Pavone has tragically died at the age of only 28 and now, his bandmates are sharing some really touching tributes on social media. As fans know, the man shockingly passed away yesterday, August 25 after spending a few days in the hospital.
The cause of death is yet to be determined.
The band’s official Instagram page announced the sad news before Kyle’s bandmates separately shared their own heartbreaking reactions on their own platforms.
Bassist Andy Glass posted a pic of the late star, captioning it: ‘I love you forever…’
Guitarist Joshua Moore also decided to share a snap, which featured him and Kyle.
‘I love this picture so much because it shows you how I’ll always remember you. The craziest, goofiest, most funny and lovable kid. I miss you so much,’ his tribute read.
Eric Choi, the band’s drummer, shared a couple of fun photos, one of them showing Kyle sitting in front of a number of open chicken nuggets boxes and giving a thumbs up to the camera.
‘These pictures here of you taking on a dare to eat 100 chicken nuggets and you shortly after eating raw eggs are two prime examples of how you had such a huge personality and desire to make the people around you laugh and smile. Rest easy, Kyle. You will be missed,’ the drummer wrote alongside the pics.
Aside from the band members, Lou Cotton’s girlfriend Paris Aikin also posted a message about the shocking death.
‘Completely heartbroken and devastated, we lost an incredible man today. @kylepavone thank you for always treating me like a sister you never really asked for, but still put up with. You were my go-to person for fart jokes and nonsense. You have no idea how much I will miss you. I love you forever goofball,’ she wrote.