Channing Tatum had to say goodbye to his childhood best friend.
The “Kingsman: The Golden Circle” star shared a tribute on Instagram to his friend Corey, who passed away on Tuesday.
“Man there’s so much to say. I’ll never forget his crazy ass and how he stuck up for and protected me when i first moved to Mississippi,” Tatum wrote. “He’d a fought anybody. All the laughs and trouble we go [sic] in. I’ll never be able to see that smile of his again in this life. And it just made me need to remind everybody don’t put off anything. Seeing a friend, or even calling or texting. You never know what’s next. Corey would have want us to laugh and raise hell in his wake and have as much joy as anyone can make. He sure did. And I’ll forever miss ya man. Love ya my brother.”
Tatum captioned his statement, “Rip Corey I’ll never forget your crazy ass. I love you with all my heart. All my prayers to your beautiful family.”
The “Step Up” actor, who was born in Alabama, moved around a lot as a kid.
“All my family’s in Wetumpka, Alabama, on my mom’s side. Some people in Birmingham. We moved from Cullman pretty early,” he said in a public appearance, according to Alabama Living. “We moved to Mississippi for a little while, Pascagoula, Gautier, and then Florida. All around the South. Anywhere where they say y’all. That’s where I call home.”
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