KK: Understood. Well, safe travels to you and best to Amy’s parents. I’ve admired the fact that her parents were open in acknowledging things that would be difficult for families to acknowledge and speak out about … their child. They saw a problem, and no one can “fix” anyone … but they didn’t ignore the problem. They made every attempt to … basically to plead with those they felt were causing harm to their child. I feel that on some level that did help, because people began to understand the gravity of the situation. There was never a question if her ― or her people, for that matter, loved her. They never abandoned her. During that pivotal Grammy performance, they were there. It was clear she had a lot of love around her, and with the recent developments it’s nice to know. If you could please pass that along to her family from ours here in New York…
SR: Thank you, I will do that. Yes she was loved, thank you.
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