Shawn Rhoden shared heartbreaking last picture with his daughter, 6, just days before bodybuilder’s sudden death

Shawn Rhoden shared heartbreaking last picture with his daughter, 6, just days before bodybuilder’s sudden death

SHAWN Rhoden shared a heartwarming post on social media of him hugging his young daughter just days before the bodybuilder’s shocking death.

Nearly a week ago, Rhoden shared a series of photos of his 6-year-old daughter, Cora during Halloween.

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Rhoden shared heartwarming images of him and his daughter in the week before his death[/caption]

Shawn Rhoden/Instagram

Many of the pictures featured Rhoden and his daughter in their Halloween costumes[/caption]

“Life is not measured by the number of breaths we take, but by the moments that take our breath away,” he wrote on the post.

The first picture features Rhoden holding Cora with a message on the photo reading: “Princess you are my reason, my purpose and my why #CoraCapri”

On November 6, reports stated Rhoden passed away after suffering a fatal heart attack.

Generation Iron reported citing sources that Rhoden’s trainer, Chris Aceto, confirmed his death to close friends.

Posts on social media from fellow athletes, experts and fans also began pouring in for the late star on Saturday morning.

Bodybuilder Cedric McMillan posted on Instagram a picture of him and Rhoden together. His caption was only a tag to Rhoden’s Instagram account.

Rhoden’s other social media activity in the days and hours before his death has become eerie in retrospect.

“Brick by brick and patience it will take. See you on the other side. #thechallenge #train #fitness.” he wrote in his last Instagram post.

And, in his last Insta stories post, the bodybuilder shared a meme.

It read: “Be with someone who will take care of you. Not materialistically, but takes care of ur soul, ur well being, ur heart & everything that’s you.”

Rhoden added the words “Real talk” over the meme in red letters.

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Rhoden died suddenly from a fatal heart attack[/caption]

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Rhoden made history in 2018 becoming the oldest winner of the Mr Olympia competition[/caption]

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Source: thesun.co.uk

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