WWE Star Bray Wyatt’s Fiancée JoJo Offerman Shared An Emotional Tribute On Instagram

WWE Star Bray Wyatt’s Fiancée JoJo Offerman  Shared An Emotional Tribute On Instagram

Former WWE star Bray Wyatt’s fiancée JoJo Offerman shared an emotional message on her Instagram on Tuesday.

Bray Wyatt originally named Windham Rotunda died at the age of 36 from a heart attack while he was sleeping on 24 August. It was such tragedy for his Fiancee JoJo Offerman who finally broke the silence after the death of her beloved partner.

She shared some of the beautiful memories and wrote a very emotional message on her Instagram. Offerman wrote in the caption,

“I’ve written and rewritten this post so many times because there are no amount of words in this world to describe Windham and what he means to me. But I’ve also been avoiding it because in some weird way it makes all of this all too real. I miss the love of my life so much it hurts. He was everything I ever wanted and everything I never knew I needed, and I let him know that everyday. “

She continued,

“I’m so grateful that he allowed me to love him fiercely. But I am so blessed he loved me fiercely in return. He was and always will be the best person I know, my best friend, and my soulmate.”

Wyatt and Offerman had been dating since 2017. They both shared a pair of children together, Knash and Hyrie.

JoJo said he was the best daddy for her kids and their bond means everything to her.

“Our bond was magical, something only the two of us understood,” she continued. “And that beautiful bond brought two perfect babies into the world. That’s another thing, he was the BEST daddy to Knash, Hyrie, Cadyn, and Kendyl. Family was EVERYTHING to him.”

Our hearts and prayers are with Wyatt’s family and his friends in their difficult time.

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