Red Hot Chili Peppers’ Flea Bids Larry King Farewell By Referring Him As The Master Of His Craft

Red Hot Chili Peppers‘ bassist Flea shared a video clip from an old interview on his official Instagram page revealing the time when he was a guest on ‘Larry King Now’ in order to share a farewell message to recently deceased Larry King.

As many of you know, Larry King was one of the tv hosts, maybe the only one, that has been in the industry for decades and best at what he’s been doing with tv shows like ‘The Larry King Show,’ ‘Larry King Live,’ ‘Larry King Now,’ and ‘Politicking with Larry King.’

Throughout his career which spans over 5 decades, Larry King won many awards including two Peabodys, and Emmy Awad, and ten Cable ACE Awards. In addition to his success according to critics, many people also adored King thanks to his kind attitude and welcoming personality.

Just because he was a beloved person according to so many, the loss of Larry King was an incredibly heartbreaking incident when he passed away at the age of 87 on January 23, after being hospitalized ten days prior tı his death due to coronavirus.

His fans and his previous guests started to share posts on social media platforms in order to remember Larry King one last time. Recently, Flea shared a video on his official Instagram page back when he was a guest on Larry King Now in 2014. In addition to this, Flea also thanked King for having him as a guest on his show along with referring to him as ‘the master’ at what he was doing.

Here is what Flea said:

“Twas an honor to shoot the shit with a master of his craft. Thanks for having me, Larry King. Broken through to the other side, the infinite love, rest easy brother.”

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