Johnny Depp is still mourning the loss of his dog, ‘Mooh,’ and has decided as one of his first Instagram posts, to would share a huge painting he had made of the beautiful black and white-colored doggie.
Depp posted the photo to his Instagram page, where he is standing in front of the painting strumming a guitar. The ‘Pirates Of The Caribbean’ actor shared an incredible story about the instrument he is holding in the photo.
Johnny captioned the photo with a story about the guitar and a message about his fallen pooch ‘Mooh.’
“A pic from the Studio, when @kirkhammett (of Metallica, obviously) brought the famous guitar, “Greeny” over for a visit… It is the ’59 Les Paul, once owned and played for many, many moons, by the incredible Peter Green from early days of Fleetwood Mac!!! I was and remain, somewhat, in shock!!! An incredible experience!!!” he wrote.
He continued, “The painting on the wall is one I made of an old friend… My old dog, Mooh, who sadly passed away back when i was away on-location filming, “Public Enemies”. He was a very gentle boy and i still miss him greatly!!!!”
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Johnny Depp’s are pumped he is finally on Instagram, and are sending him messages of support after seeing the doggie painting.
“Oh f*** yeah! You’re so sexy with this guitar. My comfort for the loss of Mooh- losing our fur babies is always hard. Much love for you JD! ❤️???” one person wrote.
“Your posts are already one of the best content on Instagram. So glad to have you here, thank you, Johnny ❤” another added.
Several fans are starting to address the ongoing legal war with Amber Heard, but Depp has not directly addressed it yet on his social media. “You’re so GORGEOUS still and WE, your fans, love you and have always stood by you,” one person wrote.
Earlier this week, Johnny launched his Instagram page by posting an 8-minute video of himself discussing several topics including the Coronavirus.
In the clip, it appears he is thanking his fans for standing by him during his ongoing battle with Amber Heard.
“On a more, I suppose, personal note — thank you all for your kindness your unwavering support and your strength over these years,” he said in the video — adding, I’m touched beyond words.”
As we reported, Johnny is fighting his ex-wife on two fronts. One case involving The Sun newspaper could go to trial in the next few months. Also, Depp is still in the middle of the defamation lawsuit he filed against his ex-wife in Virgina.