PAUL WALKER’S CHI*LLING WORDS BEFORE DE’ATH

June 27, 2022 by No Comments

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When Hollywood actor Paul Walker di’ed  at the age of 40 in 2013, his career was ascendant.

He starred along with Vin Diesel in the first six installments of the “Fast & Furious” franchise, among other credits (per IMDb).

The “Fast & Furious” action films are largely concerned with street racing; an eerie coincidence, given the manner in which Walker was ki’ll’ed: as a passenger in a catastrophic Southern California car accident, reportedly traveling in excess of 100 mph in a 2005 Porsche Carrera GT, as The Daily Mirror reports.

That tragic car wreck in which Walker was ki”lle’d only echoes the car-centric nature of Walker’s most well-known role, and is deepened by what the actor purportedly said just before he di’ed.

Those words were revealed by a friend who overheard the star just prior to Walker speeding away in the Porsche, based on reporting.

Driving the Porsche Carrera GT at the time that Paul Walker’s fatal accident happened was Walker’s friend, Roger Rodas. Walker decided to join Rodas in a test drive of the high-end vehicle after attending a charity event at which the car was displayed, as News 24 goes on to report.

The accident took place in Santa Clarita, California, near Hollywood. A fan of car racing and fancy vehicles, Walker was al’le’ged’ly excited to experience a Porsche Carrera GT test drive for himself, per News 24.

Walker was in the middle of filming scenes for the seventh “Fast & Furious” film when he died. Also at the charity event that Walker attended shortly before his dea*th was another close friend of the star, Jim Thorp.

The last time he spoke with Walker, the star said (via News24) “Hey, let’s go for a drive,” as Thorp later revealed to reporters. Thorp continued (via The Daily Mirror) “[Walker] lived his life and he died fast and furious … He loved speed, he loved cars, and he had to die this way. He died in a very fast car with his friend.”

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