A friend’s Facebook post about the death of his best friend has been shared thousands of times, sparking a debate on whether he deserves a posthumous award

My friend’s name was James and he had just turned 20.

His best friend was called Kevin.

My friend was a man who could have been anything from a successful banker to a good musician.

And he loved music too.

In his spare time, James would work in his family’s restaurant in Adelaide, but that wasn’t what was driving him to Facebook.

He was passionate about music.

So when he heard that a man from his hometown had passed away in January, he thought: I have to do something to honour him.

I started a thread on the Facebook page of James’ best friend, a fellow Australian musician named James Brown.

“The day after his death, I saw a post about James on Facebook,” James said.

The post, which was shared more than 12,000 times, said: “I’m so sorry for the loss of my best friend. “

I was just heartbroken.”

The post, which was shared more than 12,000 times, said: “I’m so sorry for the loss of my best friend.

His passing is a complete shock to me.”

I was heartbroken to hear of James Brown’s passing.

He passed away on January 13th.

I’ve been thinking about it every day for the last few weeks.

I was thinking about what he would say to the world and how I would try and keep it positive.

But, as James said, “I’ve got to stop thinking about my bestfriend”.

It’s not about James Brown It wasn’t about James.

James and his family have since received the Facebook post in a Facebook message that has since been shared more times than I can count.

James’ mother, Michelle Brown, has since written a letter to the Facebook group that was set up in honour of James.

“I just want to say how sorry I am for anyone that’s felt as though they’ve lost a close friend,” she said.

I know it’s been a really difficult time for James’ family and friends.

I just want them to know that they can come forward and I’m here to help them.

“If there is anyone out there that has any information about his death or anyone else that needs to talk, please get in touch,” she wrote.

“His passion for music and music fans made him a very special man. “

“And I know he would want to pass on his love and friendship to those who were in his shoes.” “

‘It’s been very upsetting’ The Facebook post went viral within minutes of being posted and has been viewed more than 20,000 time on Facebook. “

And I know he would want to pass on his love and friendship to those who were in his shoes.”

‘It’s been very upsetting’ The Facebook post went viral within minutes of being posted and has been viewed more than 20,000 time on Facebook.

James, who is from Adelaide, said he has received death threats and that the post has also been shared a lot on his own page.

“They’ve told me that it’s a disgrace that I’ve had to deal with this for years,” James told ABC Radio Adelaide.

“As soon as they got the message out to me, they got angry. “

“A lot of them said they were angry because they’ve heard of what has happened to people and that they’ve been bullied on social media.” “

James is not the only one who has experienced the backlash from people who are angry at him for his comments. “

A lot of them said they were angry because they’ve heard of what has happened to people and that they’ve been bullied on social media.”

James is not the only one who has experienced the backlash from people who are angry at him for his comments.

“You know it was very upsetting,” he said.

James said that the people who posted the message on Facebook were the same people who had been harassing him.

“There was one Facebook user that said they had tried to contact me but that I had blocked him, so they were saying I’m a bully and I shouldn’t be there,” he explained.

“Another user that was a member of the group told me, ‘You’re a disgrace.

“In a sense, that was my fault because it wasn’t a post on Facebook but something on Instagram. “

“Sometimes the same person might get a few messages and then they’ll start harassing me or do things to me that they didn’t mean to do.” “

James said he was also threatened by a “friend” of his from his own family. “

Sometimes the same person might get a few messages and then they’ll start harassing me or do things to me that they didn’t mean to do.”

James said he was also threatened by a “friend” of his from his own family.

“That’s why I put up the Facebook thread, because I felt like I was doing something to help those people who I didn’t know,” he told ABC Adelaide.

James says he hasn’t felt safe on Facebook for a while.

“Even when I’m home, I don’t feel safe on there, because a lot of my friends and family have also been on Facebook and it’s just been a constant harassment

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