Rumour has been rife about Disney Channel star Debby Ryan after the shocking news of her co-star’s untimely death.
In times of tragedy comes great confusion, and sadly there has been an overwhelming amount of both in the case of Debby Ryan lately.
She is the star of several films and TV shows on the Disney Channel and has been in the news of late thanks to a whirlwind of speculation. It can’t have been nice to discover, but nevertheless, there has been a lot of talk about the actresses wellbeing.
After some particularly horrifying news, rumours have circulated which thankfully have since been put to bed. So, what actually happened to Debby Ryan?
Who is Debby Ryan?
Debby Ryan is a 26-year-old actress most famed for her work on the Disney Channel shows Jessie and The Suite Life on Deck.
The actress, who happens to be engaged to Twenty One Pilots drummer Josh Dun, has recently branched out from her Disney Channel career, appearing in likes of 2018’s Life of the Party and Every Day as well as being among the cast for the upcoming Pitch Perfect 4.
She also starred in such recent efforts as Rip Tide.
What happened to her?
It was reported that Debby Ryan suffered a heart attack after hearing the news of Cameron Boyce’s death, her co-star on the Disney Channel show Jessie and a Halloween special of the animated Ultimate Spider-Man series.
The hard-hitting news supposedly led Debby Ryan to head for the hospital but the reports claiming to know the reason why were speculative at best.
Heavy has since noted that the rumours were entirely fabricated and that they potentially stemmed from a Youtube video delivering the misinformation. Since the tragic passing of her friend and co-star, she has taken to Instagram to offer a touching tribute:
“The world was robbed”
Since the rumours have been addressed as false, the actress has offered a beautiful sentiment, detailing her feelings surrounding her dear loss.
In an Instagram post, she wrote: ” This ripped me up. I keep trying and I can’t make anything make sense.He was blameless, and relentlessly joyful; he was good. Through and through, Cam is good, in all ways and to all people. And the most alive.
It’s wrong. I am so confused and devastated and angry. But that isn’t very Cam. He’d cast any shade of sadness or darkness in colors of positivity; he couldn’t help himself but to always leave you smiling, or laughing, or dancing. So sincere, kid Truth. He was good. My heart is with his parents, Vic and Libby, full of grace, and his wonderful sister Maya. An unimaginable sorrow.
I’m grateful for our Jessie family, with whom to uniquely grieve our guy — Peyton, Skai, Kevin and Karan, whose soul is also far too special to have to experience this depth of grief. There are beautiful connections and beams of light, ever present, truly the fingerprints of Cam still around and showing up in the midst of this. I love him so much. Forever.
You’re alive in the legacy of love you built, and I will keep that light burning in me for the rest of my journey. The world was robbed. We’re better for you.”
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