Here’s coming shocking news from Ray Lewis’s family. Former college football player Ray Lewis III, who is the son of Pro Football Hall of Famer Ray Lewis, has died at the age of 28.
Younger brother, Rahsaan shared the heartbreaking news on Thursday, June 15 via Instagram. H wrote “Really can’t believe I’m even typing this but RIP big brother,”
“A true angel. I pray your at peace now because ik how much you was rlly hurtin. I don’t and won’t ever have the words, man, ‘cause this pain right here.”
He continued: “I love you, I love you, I love you. Your niece gone miss u but she will hear about u over and over. Just watch over us all big bruh, be our guardian. I promise I’ll make you smile and proud.”
The sister of Ray’s, Diaymon Lewis also shared a story on her late brother, who had celebrated his 28th birthday on June 5 just weeks before his death.
She wrote, “Brownie, I love you will all my heart. You will always be my first love and truly are the definition of a quintessential brother, she added.
“To the most genuine and talented person I know. Go get your rest baby and I’m glad you’re at peace. Fly high, baby.”
Many people are paying tribute to the 28-year-old boy Ray who lives with his mother Taytana McCall, as well as brothers Rayshad Lewis and Ralin Lewis and sister Kaitlin Lewis.
According to Casselberry police, the reason for the death of Ray Lewis III is an overdose, the son was found in a bedroom in a Casselberry home Wednesday, June 14 at around 5 p.m.
A blue pill, which looks like Alprazolam was found near Lewis III who was found in a bedroom in the home.