After the tragic accident that ended Naya Rivera’s life on July 8. The artistic community showed its condolences and dismay at the death of the actress who was 33 years old. Glee creator Ryan Murphy said he was going to raise money in a college fund to receive him, Josey, the actress’ son. To date, however, no movement was recorded attesting to the producer’s word and Rivera’s father posted harsh tweets against Murphy.
«Everyone should know what Ryan Murphy actually did, or didn’t!!! I’m about to blow up the story and make sure he knows I know. When you’re part of Hollywood’s elite, some people treat others like they’re less. They verbalize very well, but they are as superficial as the sets they create themselves. Promises made in public only faded with time and excuses, even in an unexplained tragedy,» Tweeted George Rivera.
He then continued and made it clear that the creator of the series that brought his daughter to popularity never communicated with him and added to his disclaimers: «Broken promises, false outrage, hollow gestures and no phone call.» In turn, fans of the actress wanted to know more about the subject and a user asked if Murphy had finally opened the fiduciary fund for the boy to which Ironic Rivera replied with a simple: JAAAAA.
Myself, Brad Falchuk, and Ian Brennan have committed to create a college fund for Naya Rivera’s child Josey through the Naya Rivera Estate Trust. We have been in repeated conversations with the appropriate executors of her estate. — Ryan Murphy (@MrRPMurphy)
March 10, 2021
After the tuist and the repercussions of them, Murphy, by the same means came out to answer the accusations and wrote: «Brad Falchuk, Ian Brennan and I committed to create a college fund for Naya Rivera’s son, Josey, through the Naya Rivera Estate Trust. We’ve been in repeated conversations with the custodians of your estate for that.» People magazine also confirmed that after the tweets the producer began to implement the creation of that fund for the child.