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Channing Tatum is mourning the loss of a childhood friend who passed away suddenly earlier this week.
The actor made a statement on his Instagram account about his “very first best friend” Corey Vaughn. The two met when Tatum’s family moved to Pascagoula, Mississippi, when the actor was just 6 years old.
“All the laughs and trouble we got it,” Tatum reflected in the Instagram image, “I’ll never be able to see that smile of his again in this life.”
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Tatum captioned the message, “Rip Corey I’ll never forget your crazy ass. I love you with all my heart. All my prayers to your beautiful family.”
It’s been a rough year for the 38-year-old actor. Tatum and his wife Jenna Dewann split after 12 years together. The couple shares a 4-year-old daughter.
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