In January, the “Nothing Compares 3 U” singer announced the death of her 17-year-old son, who she said had “decided to end his mortal struggle today and now is with God”.
On Saturday (February 13), O’Connor shared a link to a song called “Caoineadh cu Chulainn” on Twitter.
“Suffice it to say, suggestions that there will be any gigs this year or next or again are misguided,” O’Connor wrote.
“There will never be anything to sing about again. #DropsMike. ”
She then retweeted a reply from a fan that read: “Parent passed away needing no advice. We just need people to witness our pain and not try to fix it. It cannot be repaired. Please do not give advice to Sinead. It’s not helpful, and actually causes more pain.”
A week after his death, the musician hold a “lovely Hindu ceremony” for Shaneadded that she had put “several packs” of cigarettes in his coffin.
“We just said goodbye to our beautiful angel, Shaney,” wrote O’Connor, who is a Muslim. “The Hindu ceremony is lovely. Shane will love it. He always chants ‘Om. Shanti’.
“I put a couple of fake packages in the coffin for him just in case it’s not in heaven. He will love that too. Braised. Shanti. ”
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https://www.independent.co.uk/arts-entertainment/music/news/sinead-o-connor-son-death-shane-b2014097.html Sinead O’Connor says she will never perform again after son’s death because she doesn’t have ‘anything to sing’