Coco Lee's music producer friend shares singer's last photo with her mum


Photos: Coco Lee/Facebook, Kelzie Sun/Instagram

Tributes for Coco Lee, who passed away on July 5, keep pouring in.

The latest is from her good friend, Chinese music producer Kelzie Sun who took to social media to express his sorrow as well as appreciation.

Sun and Lee worked together on several projects, including the singer's final single titled Tragic, which was released in February.

"She was not just my partner but also a guiding mentor on this creative path. I will forever cherish her invaluable guidance and unwavering support," he wrote on Instagram. Sun posted photos of himself with Lee as well as a video of them recording a song remotely. Lee looked happy and playful in the 30-second video.

"Her departure serves as a poignant reminder for the entire industry to engage in introspection," he added.

Kelzie Sun posted a screenshot of a video call he had with Coco Lee and her 86-year-old mother. Photo: Kelzie Sun/InstagramKelzie Sun posted a screenshot of a video call he had with Coco Lee and her 86-year-old mother. Photo: Kelzie Sun/Instagram

Over on Weibo, Sun also shared a screenshot of a DM he sent to her, which read: "I miss you so much, how could you... There are so many things we had planned to do. Have you forgotten? My heart aches."

Apparently, the Hong Kong-American singer had asked Sun to assist in her upcoming 30th anniversary concert.

Sun also posted a screenshot of a video call he had with Lee and her 86-year-old mother. According to Sun, this was the last photo of mum and daughter before Lee's untimely death.

The 48-year-old singer died in a Hong Kong hospital on July 5 following a suicide attempt, her family said in a statement.

In a statement released on Weibo on July 5, Lee's sister Nancy said that the singer had been suffering from depression for several years.

Kelzie Sun worked on several projects with Coco Lee. Photo: Kelzie Sun/InstagramKelzie Sun worked on several projects with Coco Lee. Photo: Kelzie Sun/Instagram

Those contemplating suicide can reach out to the Mental Health Psychosocial Support Service (03-2935 9935/ 014-322 3392); Talian Kasih (15999/ 019-261 5999 on WhatsApp); Jakim’s family, social and community care centre (011-1959 8214 on WhatsApp); or Befrienders Kuala Lumpur (03-7627 2929/ email sam@befrienders.org.my/ befrienders centres in malaysia).
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