Rose McGowan Mourns the Loss of Friend Anthony Bourdain in Teary Video: ‘I’m So Mad at You’ Rose McGowan lamented the loss of her friend Anthony Bourdain on Friday with a tear-filled video message urging those who consider committing suicide to seek help, only hours after the famous chef and author was found dead of an apparent suicide.
The words of the 44-year-old actress, who posted on Twitter, also mentioned her friend and girlfriend Bourdain, the Italian actress Asia Argento.
“For those who consider suicide, please do not do it,” McGowan said. “Call for help because it’s a permanent solution to a temporary problem, it’s not forever, and the world will not be better without you.”
“Oh, Asia Argento, you’ve been through a lot,” he added. “Anthony, why? Please call a suicide hotline, this will affect people around the world because Bourdain was international, please call.”
Anthony, I’m so mad at you. You were loved, the world is not better without you. I have a message for those who consider suicide as a solution to a temporary problem. Please call a direct line. Please, extend your hand. Asia needed you, Anthony. We need you
In the title of his video, McGowan expressed some of his feelings with frustration.
“Anthony, I’m so mad at you, you were loved, the world is not better without you,” he wrote. “I have a message for those who consider suicide as a solution to a temporary problem, please call a hotline, please extend your hand, Asia needed you, Anthony, we need you, please come back.”
He followed his words with a tweet that shared the phone numbers of the suicide hotlines, as well as a picture of Bourdain that said: “Through space and time, Anthony, your love will find you again.”