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The family of Tim Bergling, real name of DJ Avicii who died on Friday at 28 years old, breaks his silence and thanks for the support
Since last Friday, April 20 was known the unexpected and tragic news of the death of the Swedish DJ Avicii, with only 28 years, reactions and pain samples have been a constant.
The world of music, with many famous colleagues at the helm, soon shared their sadness about the event and filled social networks with messages of affection. Two days later, it was his ex-girlfriend Emily Goldbergla who showed her regret.
This Tuesday April 24 has been the family of Tim Bergling, the real name of the artist, who has broken his silence and has spoken for the first time after the death of the DJ for E! News. "We are grateful for the privacy"
Speaking to ENews, Avicii's family wanted above all to thank the affection and affection that since Friday they have not stopped receiving: "We would like to thank the support and the words of affection on our son and brother". "We are very grateful to everyone who loved Tim's music and has precious memories of his songs," continues the family in his brief statement, marked by gratitude. "Thank you for all the initiatives to pay tribute to Tim, with public meetings, church steeples playing his songs, tributes in Coachella and minutes of silence around the world," his relatives continue, before saying goodbye.
At the end of their statements, they ask that they maintain the same respect towards them that they have enjoyed in these first days: "We are grateful for the privacy in this difficult moment, our desire is that it continue like this." With love, Tim's family Bergling ".