R.I.P Adrian Robinson Jr. He Took His Own Life Due To This Reason Told By His Dad

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  • Published on:  9/17/2018
  • Towards the end of his life, Adrian Robinson, Jr., widely known for being a warm and affable young man, had begun to express uncharacteristic mood swings and angry outbursts.

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  • Evelyn Rockwell
    Evelyn Rockwell 2 months ago

    That father of the football player if he notice that his son was acting different lately why didn't he try to find out what was really going on with his son & get him some mental health Doctor to at least learn what was really happening with him 🤔🤔🤔🤔

  • Kayla Moore-Belser
    Kayla Moore-Belser 2 months ago

    Rip

  • Y Stephens
    Y Stephens 2 months ago

    So young....praying for the family, may God give them strength every day such as a time like this... RIP Amen....

  • Are Gup
    Are Gup 2 months ago

    🖤🕊

  • Lyjuandia Wilson
    Lyjuandia Wilson 2 months ago

    I'm glad his father found out what was wrong. My mom had anuresiumm in 85 and my dad in 91. They're both are 70 and doing good. They have little ailments to be expected. My condolences to his family and friends. And I hope people can be aware of these unexpected different behaviors that will possibility save other lives.

  • Rita Johnson
    Rita Johnson 2 months ago

    more of these dumb black athletes needs to do the same!!!!!!

  • Christy Adcock
    Christy Adcock 2 months ago

    It sounds more like he was on steroids than because of a football head injury. But, that is my opinion. All families of suicide look for answers as to why. There could be a lot more going on than what they know. It is sad, truly it is, but I do not believe that it was due to a concussion. My heart goes out to his family.

  • Pauline Taylor
    Pauline Taylor 2 months ago

    I tried the cabbage n it delicious

  • SaltyDawg154
    SaltyDawg154 2 months ago

    Why didn’t this so called syndrome show up 100 years ago when they wore leather helmets? Not every football player has this happen to them, but a lot of people do besides football players. Sorry for the loss of this young man but I think this is more of a money grab than anything.

  • Jessie C Love
    Jessie C Love 2 months ago

    Gosh. Adrian, Junior Seau,... early detection and help are paramount. Saddened for his family and even more for the little girl that will never know the part of her father the rest of them have memories to cherish.

  • Belinda wright
    Belinda wright 2 months ago

    Prayers for the family for GODS PEACE which surpasses all understanding

  • Michael Williams
    Michael Williams 2 months ago

    Rip

  • douglas hoverkamp
    douglas hoverkamp 2 months ago

    My sincere condolences. May God bless you and what you and your very, special son have given to save others. Love you Brother. You're the best.

  • Sandylicious
    Sandylicious 2 months ago+1

    This is very old news, he died 3 years ago May 16, 2015 to be exact. It's strange that this channel would post this now and not state that fact but I guess you can never stop mourning someone's death, may he rest in peace

  • Patricia Simmons
    Patricia Simmons 2 months ago

    Rest Easy Adrian, FLY HIGH. Condolences to the family

  • Sbella Bella
    Sbella Bella 2 months ago

    RIP 😞😞😞😢

  • marianne ciccantelli
    marianne ciccantelli 2 months ago+1

    So very sad. I'm glad his parents donated his brain for evaluation, both for awareness and for their own peace of mind.

  • Deborah Earle
    Deborah Earle 2 months ago

    A handsome young man with a promising future. God rest him.

  • Chief Bubba
    Chief Bubba 2 months ago

    Wow I'm sorry to hear about that may he rest in peace

  • Angelo Giberti
    Angelo Giberti 2 months ago

    I don’t know what to say. It is happening so often for so many different reasons. I can’t call it sad, I call it tragic. There has to be a way to test the brain before someone dies. So many good people who could have been helped if they only knew. I pray The Lord takes him home to live with him and wait for you and your family.