The Blink 182 drummer, who survived the tragic 2008 plane crash that took the lives of four other people with the famous DJ, took to his Twitter to honor his dear friend, even crediting him with his own sobriety, and RadarOnline.com has the details.
“Rest in Peace/Power 2 my brotha DJAM,” the musician tweeted about his friend, whose real name was Adam Goldstein, on Tuesday. “Been 3 years it still feels like yesterday. Miss rockin/kickin' it hearing u drop knowledge.”
“Wish AM was still here for many reasons. He tried for years to get me sober & I was a dumpster & couldn't see thru the fog. #finallydrugfree.”
“Bump every mix-tape he made today, turn that s**t up loud & enjoy. He was 1 of a kind. #ripdjam #awwwwyeah,” he added.
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