The late comedian Fukan “Fu” Johnson Wednesday night (September 15) at the Ha Ha Comedy Club in North Hollywood.
Johnson and another comedian Enrico ColanzelI was two of the three people who died after a suspected accidental group fentanyl overdose in early September, BET Previously reported.
“I had a lot of respect for these guys,” the club owner said Jack Asadorian Jr.. Accordingly, the crowd said People.
Among the audience were comedians and actors Marlon Owens And his sister Method.
“They left their homes in Boston and New Jersey to fulfill their dreams. They had no family here but they made a family. We are here now. We are their family. Both of them, I know their dark secrets and I know their good secrets. .
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Cara also spoke at the event and mentioned that he looked at Johnson like a brother.
“Fu was really special to me, just as he was to everyone else,” he said. “I don’t really have a funny story. To me his stories have been shown to me in a way that only a brother would. I often called him to move things for me or to put things together for me. He asked me for advice on girls. He would always call me and date me on Facebook with different women. I think he wanted me to meet them, “he told the crowd.
“I’m going to miss him very much,” he added. “It really hurts that she will never see my son again. What happened is really tragic. ”
In September, comedian Foucault Johnson died at a party in Venice, California, in what is believed to be an overdose of a drug. Comedian Kate Quigley, who was in overdose but survived, was hospitalized in critical condition.
Natalie Williamson Another victim of a fatal overdose reported the deadline.
TMZ reported that medical examiners are still trying to determine exactly what caused the three deaths. Sources told TMZ that four participants had taken fentanyl-laced cocaine. Fentanyl, which is a controlled substance, is 100 times stronger than a synthetic opioid morphine.
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