Justin Bieber & More Celebrities Tweet About Steve Jobs' Death

Thu, October 6, 2011 11:20am EST by 9 Comments
Courtesy of Apple

Some of Hollywood’s biggest names take to Twitter to mourn the loss of the icon.

When Apple co-founder Steve Jobs passed away Oct. 5 after a long battle with pancreatic cancer, the entire world felt his loss. And as could be expected with this major tragedy, Twitter was flooded with kind words of love and respect for this man who changed our world forever. HollywoodLife.com rounded up just some celebrities’ sentiments for the late, great Steve Jobs — including Justin Bieber, who thanks Steve’s inventions for basically making his entire career.

Justin tweeted: “RIP Steve Jobs – thanks to one of your inventions my life was changed. You will be missed but not forgotten!”

Kim Kardashian tweeted: “Wow Steve Jobs died! He was a brilliant man!”

Kourtney Kardashian tweeted: “No way! Wow. Prayers to his family.”

Alyssa Milano tweeted: “Rest in peace, Steve Jobs. You were always a big part of my world with your special inventions. Thank you for your brain.”

Alec Baldwin tweeted: “However you slice it, it’s an Apple world.”

Darren Criss tweeted: “Thank you, Mr. Jobs, for making our world INFINITELY cooler.”

Vanessa Williams tweeted: “Damn that pancreas! Steve Jobs lost his life as did my father,aunt& so many others. All gone to soon. RIP”

Phoebe Tonkin tweeted: “steve jobs RIP”

Kat Graham tweeted: “Steve Jobs was the Edison of our time. He shall forever be remembered. #RIP”

Ian Somerhalder tweeted: “My heart and gratitude go out,like so many of us,to Steve Jobs and his family.You Sir are one of the greatest minds the world will ever see”

And those are just a few of the big Hollywood names feeling the loss of Steve Jobs. Watch this never-released Apple commercial from 1997 — featuring Mr. Jobs’ touching narration — and feel free to drop your own thoughts about the late genius in the comments section below.

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