Mathew Perry’s X Post Resurfaces Sparking Rumors Surrounding his Death


Mathew Perry’s post on X resurfaced following the news that the ‘Friends’ star passed away from drowning after suffering a cardiac arrest this week.

Perry was found dead inside of his jacuzzi after responding to a call for cardiac arrest.

No drugs were found at the scene.

Perry reportedly played 2 hours of pickleball on Saturday and sent his assistant to run some errands.

When the assistant returned home, he found Perry nresponsive and dialed 911, TMZ reported.

After reports of the star’s death, a post from Perry selling Friends-themed “Could I BE anymore vaccinated?” shirts resurfaced

In the caption of Mathew Perry’s post:

“Perry wrote Could I BE Any More Vaccinated? Get your shot, and then get your shirt. Shop the entire collection at Only available for a limited time.”

The Independent reported:

Matthew Perry has shared a photo of himself wearing some brand-new Friends merchandise.

Some of the most memorable comments from Chandler Bing in the long-running sitcom began with him saying: “Could I BE anymore…?”

This clearly inspired the T-shirt Perry is seen wearing in his latest Instagram post, which reads: “Could I BE anymore vaccinated?”

In the caption, Perry encourages fans to get the vaccine, stating: “Get your shot and then get your shirt.”

According to Perry’s Instagram, all proceeds of the pro-vaccine gear were donated to the WHO.

Perry wrote:

“What is this, a limited edition t-shirt for charity? For two weeks only, I’m releasing an apparel collection! Proceeds will support the World Health Organization’s COVID-19 relief efforts.”

Another photo taken of Perry, taken closer to his death, caused many fans to have chills.

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