One of the country’s biggest comedy acts at the moment Mr Cian Twomey who regularly takes to social media to express his hilarious views, has written a more heartwarming post this time around after he took to his popular Facebook page to say talking about his late father in a new music video was one of the hardest things he’s ever had to do.
Mr Twomey aged only 21 has a massive following online and has amassed a staggering 1.9 million likes on Facebook, Twomey who often publicly posts humerus statuses about his family, friends and even his own girlfriend features in the new music video by Stephanie Rainey entitled ‘Please Don’t Go’ along with nine other people. The truly touching video tells the heartbreaking stories of how different people lost someone very dear to them.
Twomey took to his Facebook page on a more somber note explaining his appearance in the video saying : “This was probably the hardest thing I ever had to do. “Sit in a chair and talk about my father who passed away, it’s a beautiful video and Stephanie is beyond talented, amazing song.
He added: “Warning: you’ll probably cry.”
Grateful for the success Ms Rainey also posted a message thanking everyone who took part in the production of the video.
Ms Rainey wrote: “For the past few months I’ve been working on a video for my track ‘Please Don’t Go’ that I am so honoured to share with you all. “It’s hard to put into words what this video means to me and how grateful I am to the people who took part – it wasn’t easy.
“A few years ago, I lost my nephew very suddenly and it was something that changed my life forever. “I can still remember how it felt and I know there are so many other people who have gone through the same thing in one form or another.
Ms Rainey added: “I feel like this song has resonated the most with me since writing it. “I remember the exact place it came from and it never loses its meaning no matter how many times I play it. “Since then, I’ve wanted to create a music video that reflects this and which could potentially help people who are struggling with loss while also giving people a chance to tell their story.”
Check out the truly touching video below: