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Man Live Streams Own Death On Facebook As Friends Desperately Try To Stop Him

A truly horrific video is being spread across the Internet, with countless users urging people not to watch as it is that shocking.

The video shows US Army veteran Ronnie McNutt sat in front of his computer talking to the webcam while on Facebook live.

It’s somewhat unclear what he is talking about, however his phone does not stop ringing and a constant stream of messages are beeping on his phone and computer from friends who know he is severely depressed.

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Eventually he picks up the phone before he hangs up and says: “I guess that’s it.”

Seconds later and McNutt takes his own life. Less than a minute later and the police burst in through the door but they’re too late.

The video is so shocking that people online are really urging Internet users not to watch the video.

Many people claim they have unintentionally watched the video with it appearing in Facebook and TikTok feeds.

One person wrote:

If you see this guy on your FYP [For You page] please scroll up immediately, it’s very gruesome and I highly suggest you stay away from TikTok for a while.

Another wrote:

I was scrolling TikTok and suddenly there’s a video of a guy that killed themselves with a shotgun and I am seriously warning you DO NOT watch it DO NOT SEARCH FOR IT because it’s very terrifying and gory so pls BE CAREFUL god damn I’m shaking.

It has been reported that McNutt lost his job and girlfriend in the weeks prior to his death, although these are unconfirmed.

McNutt was a member of Celebration Church Tupelo, which confirmed his death on its Facebook page.

They wrote:

In the midst of a sudden tragedy that occurred last night, we grieve with the McNutt Family during this time because passing of our brother in Christ, Ronnie McNutt.

Ronnie will be missed by all who loved and knew him. He was very caring, committed, loyal, dependable, and eccentric. He served his church faithfully and was loved by many.

Although events surrounding his death were tragic, we take comfort in our Creator, believing that because of Ronnie’s confession and conversion as a believer in Christ Jesus, he is currently before our loving Father.

Rest in peace.

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