Just three days before his shocking death, Angus Cloud was photographed partying with his friends.
The late “Euphoria” star posed with pals in his final pictures as they celebrated rap group MacArthur Maze’s “Blvck Saturday” album launch Friday.
Cloud wore a black hoodie to the bash, accessorizing with a matching baseball cap, a patterned scarf around his head and clear glasses.
The 25-year-old, who died in his family’s Oakland, Calif., home Monday, attended the event “for a few hours and did not show any sign of a personal struggle,” according to the US Sun.
MacArthur Maze’s photographer Josh Kennedy told the outlet that Cloud appeared “very, very happy to be home” after a trip to Ireland to bury his father, Conor Hickey, and “seemed to be doing OK.”
Kennedy claimed Cloud even spoke about his plans to “direct a music video” for the rappers in the future.
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Cloud’s family revealed Monday afternoon that the actor had been “intensely struggling” with the loss of his father prior to his own death.
“The only comfort we have is knowing Angus is now reunited with his dad, who was his best friend,” they said in a statement. “Angus was open about his battle with mental health, and we hope that his passing can be a reminder to others that they are not alone and should not fight this on their own in silence.”
Cloud’s cause of death remains unknown.
However, his mom, who found him unresponsive, reported a “possible overdose” in her 911 call.
Diomi Cordero, who claims to be Cloud’s former talent manager, tweeted in April that his onetime client had struggled with drug addiction after leaving the rehab clinic where they met.
Cordero alleged that in late 2021, he rushed to Cloud’s place to administer Narcan and perform CPR after being told the star was struggling to breathe.
“Regrettably, as he regained consciousness, Angus vomited onto my face,” Cordero claimed, writing that his working relationship with Cloud ended after the incident.
Cloud is best known for playing drug dealer Fezco on “Euphoria.” Storm Reid, Javon Walton and more of his co-stars have mourned him with touching tributes.