'Young and the Restless' star Shemar Moore pays an emotional tribute to Co-star Kristoff St. John after a year of the actor's death on his Instagram.
Actor Shemar Moore paid his tribute to his CBS's 'Young and the Restless' fellow Kristoff St. John through an emotional Instagram post on February 03, 2020.
The 49 years old Shemar shared a adorable tribute snap writing , "One year, I miss you, STOFF! I always will... I hate that I can't pick you up on my shoulders and talk shit with you anymore.. but One year.. two years. Ten years.... for the rest of my breathing life, I will ALWAYS carry you in my heart!"
Shemar credits St. John for his career, it's clear, the men shared an unbreakable bond. Source: Michael Fairman TV
The nostalgic picture articulates John, 52, sharing a kiss to his pal Shermar, and wrote adding to his caption,
Keep Dancing and White Boy Rapping and being a Goofball up there. I LOVE YOU n MISS YOU n HATE that you're not telling me what I'm doing right or wrong!!! Till we meet again... and we will meet again... THANK YOU!
The tribute inevitably brought back memories, and it didn't take fans any longer to flood Shemar's comment section.
The Young and Restless actor Kristoff St. John died in his Los Angeles home due to hypertrophic heart failure. The actor was unable to breathe and died due to suffocation. His death was ruled as an accident.
Shemar took a moment to pay tribute to the late actor in the 2019 Grammy Award. Source: Inquisitr
Shemar also paid a tribute while presenting the award for Outstanding Drama Series in the Emmy Awards of 2019. He requested the crowd to bear with him when he went off script and started the eulogy.
Moore went on with "This year, we had to say goodbye to a good man, a great man, a special individual, Mr. Kristoff St. John," adding on he thanked CBS and the cast of The Young and the Restless for honoring his late friend the right way.
Moore was pretty devastated after the death of his role model, St. John. Source: Parade
The actor finished the tribute by honoring his mentor as the most iconic, talented, popular, thorough, professional, big-hearted and generous African-American actor in the soap opera history.