Amy Winehouse Fans Leave Beer Bottle Tributes On Death Anniversary

click image to enlarge
July 24, 2014 | 7:26am EST

Fans of late singer Amy Winehouse marked the third anniversary of her death by leaving empty beer bottles, vodka drinks and packs of cigarettes outside her former home.
The Back to Black hitmaker died from alcohol poisoning in 2011 at the age of 27 after a booze binge at her mansion in Camden, north London.
Her devotees marked three years since her passing on Wednesday by laying tributes outside the house where she died, but many included controversial references to her troubles.
Pictures which have emerged online show empty beer bottles lined up outside the house along side bouquets of flowers, as well as cans of vodka drink and packs of cigarettes.
On Wednesday, Twitter.com was flooded with tributes to Winehouse, with stars including Lady Gaga remembering the tragic singer. The Poker Face hitmaker wrote, “Rest in Peace Amy Winehouse I’ll always think about you, imagine u (sic) singing the blues in heaven in a happier place. I loved you and still do.”

  Share/Bookmark

Comments are closed.


Responses are currently closed, but you can trackback from your own site.