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“Keanu Reeves, had a hard life….” - You may or may have not heard of Keanu Reeves’ past, but if you ever get a chance to read his Wiki page or Google him up you’ll get a glimpse into the hell that is Keanu’s reality. Whether it was the unorthodox environment in which he grew up in, the despair he’s felt as the those closest to him have fallen to sleep in death, or the fact that he’s immortal and so had felt the world’s pain over and over again, Keanu’s sadness touches everyone who has a soul. And so the masses of the internet have dedicated June 15th of this year officially as Cheer Up Keanu Day.

The Facebook page for the events reads as follow:

"On June 15th, we plan on sending letters, emails, gifts, and any other niceties and kind words to a real bro, Keanu Reeves. Keanu has come on some tough times lately, and doesn’t seem to have the same youthful lust for life as he did even ten years ago. Please participate in Cheer Up Keanu Day, and hopefully bring a smile to Keanu Reeves’ face."

If you still are a part of Facebook then be sure to RSVP to the event that already has more than 1,500 users ready to spread some cheer to our dear friend, Neo - the guy who sacrificed himself to the machine world so us humans could live peacefully.

According to Wikipedia (Jean) Paul Mounet was a French Actor who lived from October 1847 – February 1922. Keanu Charles Reeves was born born September 2, 1964, leaving about 42 years "unaccounted for" according to the theory.

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"As a young actor, Reeves' best friend was River Phoenix. They made My Own Private Idaho together, and joked about filming Romeo and Juliet with Reeves as Romeo and Phoenix as Juliet. Reeves was filming Speed when Phoenix died. Reeves' life has had its share of tragedy. His sister Kim is battling leukemia, and Reeves has reportedly spent in excess of $5 million on her medical care. He has long been estranged from his natural father, who served a prison term for selling heroin. He dated a backstage Hollywood worker, Jennifer Syme, who bore his stillborn daughter in 1999. They broke up but remained friends, until she was killed in a 2001 car accident." He also gave away "£50 million of his earnings from the Matrix sequels. The 38-year-old decided to hand over the money to the unsung heroes of the sci-fi blockbusters - the costume and special effects teams", proving that he is still a good guy despite his hardships and the strain of immortality.


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