What did the Friends actor say? Matthew Perry has now apologized for his comments regarding Keanu Reeves in his upcoming memoir.
The actor describes his life’s journey, including the highs and lows he has experienced, in his upcoming memoir, Friends, Lovers, and the Big Terrible Thing.
His friendship with the late actor River Phoenix was discussed in a number of chapters from his book that have been made public by a number of publications, but Matthew’s remarks about Keanu are what has generated the most buzz.
What Did Matthew Perry Say About Keanu Reeves?
According to PEOPLE, Matthew lauded River in one of the passages from his memoir before bringing up Heath Ledger and Keanu. The Friends actor’s remark’s context isn’t obvious, though.
According to the narrative, River was an attractive man both inside and out who was ultimately too attractive for this planet. The guys that fall tend to always be the genuinely talented ones. Why does Keanu Reeves still live among us when creative thinkers like Heath Ledger and River Phoenix pass away?
It appears that the actor mentioned Keanu while also discussing the death of comic Chris Farley.
According to reports, he wrote: “His (Farley’s) condition had advanced more quickly than mine. (Additionally, we did not share my healthy horror of the word “heroin”). When I learned this, I punched a hole through the wall of Jennifer Aniston’s dressing room. Keanu Reeves mingles with us.
Friends Star Issues an Apology
Many people were perplexed by the quotes from Friends, Lovers, and the Big Terrible Thing and questioned why Matthew was making such negative remarks about Keanu.
Rachel Zegler tweeted: “Personally pleased that Keanu Reeves walks among us” in reaction to Matthew’s words.
In her tweet, Lynda Carter made the implication that everyone enjoys Keanu and compared him to “frozen cakes.”
Now that the situation has been resolved, Matthew has apologized in a statement to the public. He acknowledged that he truly admires Keanu.
I truly love Keanu,” the actor declared. My error: I just picked a name at random. I’m sorry. Instead, I ought to have used my real name.
Memoir Details Actor’s Health Scare
On November 1st of this year, Friends, Lovers, and the Big Terrible Thing will be available worldwide.
In his memoir, Matthew describes the highs and lows that have shaped his journey while navigating his life in his own words.
He has shared a number of personal stories, including the health scare he endured when his intestines ruptured as a result of abusing too many opioids.
The actor has undergone 14 separate stomach surgeries and 15 different rehab stays.
In the cover story for PEOPLE, he revealed that when he was originally admitted to the hospital, doctors informed his family that he had just a 2% chance of surviving.
Thankfully, Matthew fully recovered and is currently in good health.