One of Naya Rivera‘s recent tweets is now going viral as the search continues to find the star. She was declared missing during a boating trip on Lake Piru with her 4-year-old son Josey Hollis Dorsey on Wednesday.
Just six days before, the 33-year-old took to Twitter with a cryptic message about living life to the fullest since “tomorrow is not promised.” Sharing a new selfie of her wearing a white button-down shirt, Naya wrote:
“No matter the year, circumstance, or strifes everyday you’re alive is a blessing. make the most of today and every day you are given. tomorrow is not promised.”
The July 2 tweet garnered many reactions from followers over the past twelve hours as dive teams continue to look for the 33-year-old. See some of the prayers (below):
“Dear God! Have mercy! I’m praying for you, your son, your family. Tomorrow is not promised. Dear God, please have mercy! ??????”
“praying that u are safe and will be reunited with your family”
“This hitting hella different right now ? I pray they find you”
“please be okay, please I love u”
Rivera’s son was found alone on the motorized pontoon by another boater, telling them his mom went for a swim but never came back. One Twitter user suggested the little one may have seen what happened, but was too young to understand:
“I keep thinking of her kiddo all alone and how he holds the truth but may not completely understand it. This is so sad.”
The Ventura County Sheriff’s Department’s statement on Wednesday noted how the 33-year-old may have drowned:
“It is believed that Naya and her son were swimming in the lake near the boat and as they were getting back into the boat, her son made it into the boat and Naya went under water and did not resurface. Ventura County Sheriff’s Department has asked for additional divers and sonar equipment for the continued search tomorrow.”
Captain Eric Buschow stated “all indications point” to Rivera being dead, telling Us Weekly:
“The fact that she was seen in the water shows there is a high likelihood that she drowned. The search for Naya Rivera will continue this morning at Lake Piru. The lake will be closed to the public while search operations continue. Dive teams from throughout the region will be assisting us through mutual aid.”
Please let them find her alive.
Our thoughts and prayers continue to be with her, her son, and their loved ones during this terrifying time.
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