Famous Last Tweets: DJ AM’s Final Words On Twitter

Twitter is giving us an intimate look inside the worlds of many people. From John Mayer to Lance Armstrong, Oprah to Heidi Montag, celebrities are using Twitter the same way we are – to talk about what’s on their mind when it’s on their mind.

leaves a recorded piece of your personal history every time you tweet, and if you die suddenly, what you leave on Twitter could be your final digital words.

DJ AM (Adam Goldstein) was found dead in New York on Friday morning, just 48 hours earlier he tweeted something that seemed poetic, days later it would carry far greater weight.

The tweet was lyrics from a Grandmaster Flash track.



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