Axl Rose Shares His First Message After The Passing Of Dexy

The iconic Guns N’ Roses frontman Axl Rose posted a tweet on his official Twitter account to express his gratitude towards all the people who supported him after the death of his cat Dexter Maranello Rose ‘Dexy.’

Despite always being a controversial figure, Axl Rose achieved worldwide success with Guns N’ Roses, starting with their debut album ‘Appetite for Destruction.’ He built a reputation as one of the most notorious musicians in the rock scene and was often described as insensitive since he would keep their fans waiting before live shows, lash out on people, and instigate feuds.

However, Axl Rose is also described as a sensitive person by his close friend circle. The frontman is also an animal lover, which is evident from the Twitter profile photo, which is a French Bulldog puppy. On November 17, Rose shared a photo on Twitter to announce the death of his cat ‘Dexy,’ who died at 14 years old. The fans quickly reacted to his post and offered their condolences.

A fan commented that:

Very sorry about your loss. We had to say goodbye to our dog last week. Take solace in the fact that you gave your cat years of love.”

Another fan again expressed sadness:

“I’m sorry for your loss. The death of a pet hurts a lot. They are the most sincere love that exists.”

Rose recently posted a tweet and thanked everyone who showed their support during his difficult times. He also didn’t forget the animal lovers who shared their sad stories after losing a pet and noted he shares their pain. There were several comments from fans explaining how they got through this kind of situation, and some also sent photos of their pets.

Axl Rose expressed his gratitude for his fans as follows:

Thank you to everyone for all the kind words and support with Dexy’s passing. It means a lot. And thank you to all the animal lovers who shared their stories of losing a friend/family member. Good friends are hard to find, and we’re all lucky when we find them (or they find us).

You can see his Twitter post below.