The sudden death of #Chris Cornell devastated the music industry, as well as his many fans and supporters. Recently, the late singer's brother also spoke to the media. Chris Cornell's body was found in his hotel room, right after a performance in Detroit. The death was ruled a #suicide.,

The late singer's family has disputed the suicide ruling. According to a statement, the death might be an accident, due to Cornell's intake of prescription drugs. Several hours before his death, Cornell was even active on social media. His wife, Vicky, was able to contact a family friend to check on the singer after he a complaint that he was not feeling well.

Childhood photos shared by brother

Cornell’s brother, Peter shared a heartfelt message and some precious childhood pictures to the late rock star through Facebook on Tuesday (May 27). Peter recognized the significance of Chris Cornell on his followers and the music industry.

“It's been difficult to put words together. My heart is broken. Chris was always just my brother. We just ‘were.’ Peter said. “It wasn't until this week, it really hit me how he belonged to the world. That he is an icon and a legend. That being said, I am so sorry to YOU for your loss.” he added.

Peter also said that as much as it is hard to recover from the loss of his brother, he is thankful for Chris Cornell's fans for "celebrating his life and talent." The post has been receiving a lot of likes and comments, as well as shares from the late musician's fans.

Brad Pitt takes Cornell's kids out

Meanwhile, actor #Brad Pitt took some time out last week to spend it with Cornell's kids. The two have been close friends for some time now. Pitt was sighted by fans with Cornell's kids - Toni, 12 and Christopher, 11 at a theme park. “Brad loved Chris and of course will be there for his family,” via a source's interview with PEOPLE.

Netizens took snaps of Pitt and the Cornell kids, which were posted on social media. They group was spotted around various rides in the park.

Remembering Cornell

Cornell or Christopher John Boyle in real life was born in Seattle on July 20, 1964. He went on to be part of the state's emerging grunge scene in the early 90s with Soundgarden.

Later on, he also became part of Audioslave, Temple of the Dog, and Center for Disease Control Boys.

Last Friday (May 26), Cornell's body was laid to his final resting place at Los Angeles’ Hollywood Forever Cemetery. Many well-known names in the music industry paid their last respects to their dear friend and colleague.