Bryson Tiller pens emotional letter to his late grandmother
“I lost the most important woman in my life,” the crooner confessed.
Bryson Tiller is taking a moment to remember his late grandmother.
On Sunday (April 19), the 27-year-old crooner penned an emotional letter to his grandmother, who passed away today. In the heartfelt note, Tiller explained that his grandmother cared for him after he lost his mother at an early age. He also offered an apology to his grandmother for not reading a note that she wrote to him sooner.
“Today, I realized I lost the most important woman in my life,” Tiller wrote without detailing her cause of death. “I lost my mother at a very young age so I couldn’t really process what was happening. Today is the first time I carefully read the letter you wrote to me 4 years ago and I tried my hardest not to get tears on it or let it blow away in the wind. I took it out of my important-things-box weeks ago and I told myself I needed to read it again carefully but I never got around to it.”
He concluded, “A few months ago I bought you a car after you asked me for a year straight but I always told you to wait until I got back on the road to start making money again. Something told me to just go get that car anyways because I knew how bad you wanted to leave the house. I’m so glad I did because that was the happiest I’ve seen you in a long time. I’m sorry I didn’t bring [my daughter] Harley around more. I’m sorry you’re never got to meet Kelly. I love you and I forgive you for everything and I’m sorry I never got to tell you.”
Throughout his career, Tiller has remained tight-lipped regarding details about his family life. As fans might recall, he welcomed his daughter, Kelly Jade, back in June 2019, with his girlfriend Kendra Bailey. Tiller is also a father to his daughter Harley, who he shares with his ex-girlfriend.
Check out Bryson Tiller’s heartfelt note below.
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