DJ, also known as Creatures Ferris, dies after an alleged stabbing
Chris Pearson, who appeared on the first season of MTV’s “Ex on the Beach,” has died at the age of 25.
The Los Angeles Police Department confirmed his death to Granthshala News. Multiple reports state that he was stabbed to death.
The circumstances of the alleged stabbing remain somewhat unclear, but a GoFundMe page raising money for his funeral expenses revealed that on Sunday, Pearson experienced a “tragic encounter” and died “unexpectedly”. .
According to time limit, citing law enforcement, the star got into a “verbal argument” with the suspect in Los Angeles.
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“During the argument, the suspect produced a weapon and stabbed the victim,” a Los Angeles Police Department representative told the magazine. “The victim was taken to a local hospital by LAFD where she was later declared brought dead. The suspect fled to an undisclosed location.”
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Pearson worked as a DJ under the name Creature Ferris and was featured on the first season of MTV’s “Ex on the Beach”, which saw the contestants – cast-offs from some other reality shows – confront their ex. We do.
To TMZ, Pearson had no prior reality television experience.
During his time on the show, two of Pearson’s former flames were brought up to confront the DJ, who shed tears at one of them.
As Creatures Ferris, Pearson has released several songs, his most recent being “Lost in the Night (feat. Jake Vincent)”, which was released in early March 2021.
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He also released the song “No Question (Naughty Dior)” in January this year.
“Chris was a man who loved with all his heart. He had so much love and energy to give to every person he crossed paths with. He wouldn’t leave the room until he was sure Takes that everyone is happy,” GoFundMe read. “Chris was the most determined man one could ever have. He had a dream, set a goal and didn’t stop until he achieved that goal. No matter what or who he lost along the way, he made sure That he had his eyes on only one thing.”
The statement continued: “His smile brightened up an entire room. The only thing Chris loved more than his music was his family and friends. All Chris wanted was him to help and support his family. Too much in life to be proud of. Chris was taken away from us too early. No one was up for it, there was more he wanted to accomplish.”
An MTV spokesperson also offered a statement to Granthshala News on the matter: “We are deeply saddened to hear of the loss of Chris Pearson. Our hearts are with his family and friends during this difficult time.”