Sinéad O'Connor asks for prayers for son Shane after 'day from hell'

‘The very light of my life’: Sinéad O’Connor asks fans to pray for son Shane, 16, after revealing she’s had a ‘hideous day from hell’ in worrying cryptic post

  • The Irish singer, 54, made the public appeal for prayers on Twitter on Monday
  • Sinead, 54, who has four children, shares her son Shane with ex Donal Lunny
  • She previously asked fans for help on Twitter after Shane went missing in 2019

Sinéad O’Connor has asked her fans to pray for her teenage son Shane in a worrying cryptic post on Twitter.

The Irish singer, 54, who shares her son with ex Donal Lunny, revealed that she’d had a ‘hideous day from hell’ as she made the appeal on Monday.

While not disclosing what had happened, she wrote: ‘Any spare prayers out there, pls stick one in for my son, Shane. The very light of my life.’

‘Day from hell’: Sinéad O’Connor has asked her fans to pray for her teenage son Shane in a worrying post on Twitter (pictured in September 2019)

The mother-of-four added in another tweet: ‘Hideous day from hell.’ 

MailOnline has contacted Sinead’s representatives for a comment. 

Several fans responded to Sinéad’s tweets, sending their well wishes and saying they’d be thinking about Shane. 

Sinéad, who changed her name to Shuhada’ Davitt in 2018, has previously appealed for help with her teenage son after he went missing in January 2019.

She tweeted at the time: ‘My sweet 14 yr old son has been going missing a lot and is currently missing for the last two days.   

Worrying: The Irish singer, 54, shares her 16-year-old son (pictured)  with ex Donal Lunny

‘If you are a parent in whose house he has been staying or is staying, please call Dundrum Gardai. Not calling them is not helping him.’ 

Shane was eventually found ‘safe and well’ three days after going missing from their Dublin home. 

Sinéad, who has been married four times, has four children in total. She is also mum to Jake Reynolds, 33, Roisin Waters, 24, and Yeshua Bonadio, 14.   

It comes after the singer announced that she has cancelled her upcoming tour dates to enter a ‘one-year programme for trauma and addiction’.

Cryptic: Sinéad called Shane the ‘light of her life’ as she asked fans to pray for him after saying she’d had a ‘hideous day from hell’ in a previous tweet

She revealed the news last November after saying she had ‘lost someone beloved’ and had endured a ‘traumatic six years.’

Sinéad admitted she has been ‘addicted to weed for 34 years’ but ‘became briefly addicted’ to another drug following her loss.  

The singer uses two Twitter accounts, one managing her professional business with an official blue tick and another under her Islamic moniker Shuhanda Sadaqat, which she used to make the announcement. 

Apologising to her fans in a heartfelt statement, she wrote: ‘Message for folks who have tickets for next year’s shows: those shows are being postponed until 2022 so that I may go into a one year trauma and addiction treatment program because I had a very traumatic six years and this year was the end of it but now recovery starts.’ 

Mum: Sinéad has four children – Shane Lunny, 16, Jake Reynolds, 33, Roisin Waters, 24, and Yeshua Bonadio, 14 (pictured with Shane and Yeshua in Dublin in 2012)

Previous scare: The singer also appealed for help on Twitter in 2019 after Shane went missing, later updating fans that he’d been found ‘safe and well’

She continued the lengthy thread: ‘This year I lost someone beloved and has affected me so badly that I became briefly addicted to a drug other than weed. 

‘I have been addicted to weed for 34 years. A lifetime. I grew up with a lot of trauma and abuse. I then went straight into the music business. 

And never learned really how to make a normal life. Never took proper time to heal. Wasn’t ready to either.’

The Nothing Compares 2 U hitmaker then pleaded with her fans to be ‘supportive’ and keep hold of their tickets for 2022, when she vowed to return with a new album.

But she also added that her four shows in Ireland will not be cancelled ‘unless Covid prevents them’ as she does not need to leave the ‘country or rehab to do those’.   

Treatment: It comes after Sinéad opened up about her ‘traumatic six years’ in a lengthy thread to her fans, revealing that she has been ‘addicted to weed for 34 years’

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