Channing Tatum is currently mourning the passing of Corey Vaughn, who was his very first best friend and with whom he went to high school with.
According to Tatum, Vaughn drew his last breath earlier this week, on Tuesday, August 21, 2018, but his cause of death is yet to be revealed.
The actor took to his Twitter account on Thursday to pay a small tribute to Vaughn, who he considered to be a brother and who he will be missing very dearly.
In the last few years, Tatum has been slowly building his career in Hollywood, but he never forgot those who were there for him even before fame came into the picture.
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THE START OF THE FRIENDSHIP
Tatumn confessed that Vaughn became his very first best friend and stood up for him, and protected him, when he first moved to Mississipi.
The Hollywood hunk also made an appeal to everyone who hasn't seen, called or texted their friends in a while, urging them to do so before something might happen due to life's unpredictability.
"All the laughs and trouble we got in. I'll never be able to see that smile of his again in this life. It just made me need to remind everybody [sic] don't put off anything. Seeing a friend, or even calling or texting. You never know what's next."
Channing Tatum, Twitter, August 23, 2018
Along with the sincere and emotional message, Tatum shared a very old picture of himself posing with Vaughn on their school's football field.
At the end of the open letter, Tatum wrote that Vaughn wouldn't want people to feel sad over his passing; instead, they should 'laugh and raise hell in his wake and have as much joy as anyone can make.'
Vaughn's death comes amid Tatum's divorce from Jenna Dewan, his wife of nine years, and with whom he shares Everly, their five-year-old daughter.