Big Brother's Heavy D said 'I need all the blessings I can get' in final video before he died before signing off 'BOOM'

BIG Brother's Heavy D said "I need all the blessings I can get" in his final video before he died – before he signed off with his catchphrase "BOOM".

The Storage Hunters star – real name Colin Newell, 47 – sadly passed away earlier this week.

In the video uploaded to Instagram, Heavy D is getting his tarot cards read via video call.

The tarot reader says: "First of all I'm going to do a blessing for you."

Heavy D replies: "Bless me. I need all the blessings I can get."

Then at the end of the video, he signs off with his catchphrase "Boom" – which he popularised from his time on Storage Hunters.

The video, posted on November 14, is captioned: "@psychictracey gives @heavydboom and @clustargram a tarot reading"

As well as Storage Hunters, Heavy D took part in the 18th series of Celebrity Big Brother in 2016.

He is understood to have been missing for several days before he was found dead earlier this week. The cause of death is not yet known.

Before finding fame he worked as a cab driver and had also sold women's clothing as a market trader.

He leaves two children, including three-year-old daughter Rory.

The reality star split from fiance Bryony Anne Harris in 2016.

The couple had enjoyed a whirlwind romance which saw him propose to 21-year-old Bryony after just a month of dating.

The couple even got matching tattoos shortly after getting together.

The CBB star took his girlfriend onto Lizzie Cundy's radio show on FUBAR to pop the question.

He previously told The Sun Online that he credited his time on the show for winning over the YouTuber and following his eviction wooed her over a Nando’s date.

In recent years, he also appeared on ITV's Judge Rinder after failing to pay his former landlord £12,000 in rent for his North London flat.

Judge Rinder ruled Heavy D should pay £5,000 in damages.

In an interview he revealed he had struggled to find work after appearing in Celebrity Big Brother.

He said: "The work had dried up. I came out of Big Brother. I thought there was going to be loads of work.

"My agent couldn’t get me any work and the work just dried up."

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