Could this be shade?!
[Image via Instagram.]
We can't believe DJ A.M. — a.k.a. Adam Goldstein — overdosed on drugs and died three years ago Wednesday.
On Twitter, tons of friends, family, and loyal fans continue mourning his passing. They even had #djam trending at one point!
Blink-182 drummer, Travis Barker remains one of the most deeply affected.
He barely survived a plane crash with Adam back in 2008 and today he credits his sobriety to his absent friend.
Wish AM was still here for many reasons.He tried for years to get me sober & I was a dumpster & couldn't see thru the fog.
— Travis Barker (@travisbarker) August 28, 2012
See how other celebs are remembering DJ A.M. … AFTER THE JUMP!!!
Travis Barker is terrified to fly!
And can you blame him?
His plane crashed a few years back and killed everyone onboard except for him and DJ A.M.
It's nothing to hang his head over. There are a TON of phobias, and the Blink-182 drummer doesn't suffer from the majority of them.
Aichmophobia, for example, is the fear of needles but Travis is stained with more ink than Gutenberg's printing press!
Still, he wants to conquer his fear because
Such a nice way to honor him, we think.
Starting today, SiriusXM’s BPM Channel will air a weekend-long tribute to the late, great DJ A.M. The station will run tons of DJ AM’s own work, including many of his best mixes, such as “Elton Mixes,” “Banana Split Mixes,” “Fix Your Face Volumes 1 & 2,” as well as some previously unheard and unreleased mixes.
Fans will also hear a series of tributes to DJ AM from his friends, including Steve Aoki, DJ Vice, A-Trak and more.
For someone who really appreciated music the way he did, we bet he'd think this was pretty rad!
More money problems for the late DJ AM.
The executors of Adam Goldstein have been hit with a bill by officials at the State of California Franchise Tax Board, asking for more than $88,000 in unpaid taxes from 2006 and 2007.
Goldstein passed away on August 28, 2009 and reportedly had assets worth up to $4 million, however, his debts totaled to $2.9 million.
Even in death, you can't escape paying your taxes.