Avicii: True Stories was a documentary recently published on Netflix. Many fans came to appreciate a documentary that talked about the life of Avicii, despite the various sorrows along that path.
Tim Bergling, known as Avicii, died on April 20 and the causes are still unknown. Avicii, 28, died while being away on a music hiatus since 2016. The autopsy revealed nothing "dark" or "secret" in the death of the DJ, although it is still not known exactly what happened to him.
For Bergling, death could be the only ending if he continued to give concerts, according to Refinery29. That's why he decided to move away from the stages, but it took him a long time to make the decision. When he announced that he was leaving the stage, he received a lot of questions from his team.
"When I decided to stop, I expected something completely different. I expected support, particularly considering everything I have been through. Everyone knows that I've had anxiety and that I have tried. I did not expect that people would try to pressure me into doing more gigs," he said in the doc.
Pancreatitis, appendicitis and the vesicle were some constant problems the late DJ faced. "I have told them this: I won't be able to play anymore," he continued. "I have said, like, I'm going to die. I have said it so many times. And so I don't want to hear that I should entertain the thought of doing another gig. "
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