Country singer Kacey Musgraves gave fans a personal look into her relationship with her grandmother when she posted a series of tweets on Thursday.
Musgraves says she felt her late grandmother visit her in the form of an “orb” during an “extremely spiritual and impactful trip,” she wrote on Twitter.
Kacey Musgraves Opens Up About Devastating Tragedy, Loss Of Grandmother
Before Musgraves mentioned feeling her grandmother’s spirit, she told a profoundly emotional and tragic story about her grandmother’s home.
Musgraves shows her followers the devastation of a fire that left her grandmother’s house in ruins the night she passed.
Musgraves shared the heartbreaking story in a string of tweets, and her fans were quick to support her with love. Alongside the tweets, she also shared personal family photos to add context.
“She was such a hard worker & a giver. Deserved a happier ending,” she tweeted, pairing it with a photo of her grandmother’s house following the tragedy.
“This was her house that was next door to ours. Caught fire a couple weeks before xmas 2014. I was on tour. She called 911 but didn’t make it out. (smoke inhalation) Needless to say holidays have never felt the same.”
Kacey Musgraves also explained what she and her family believes was the cause of the fire.
“It was apparently caused by an outdated and faulty electrical blanket. Check on your elders this season,” she said. “Give them your love. Ask them to tell you stories. You’ll be so grateful you did.”
To end her story, she gave more details about the other-worldly moment she had with her late grandmother.
“Last thing, in a recent, extremely spiritual and impactful trip I did, her spirit visited me. It was an orb,” she detailed. “In a warm familiar feeling space. I knew it was her though there was no voice or face or anything. Just a point of light. I truly felt her love. Xx.”
In her earlier tweets, Kacey Musgraves also shared how she stopped her childhood home from being sold. Followers can see adorable photos of her now pink-colored house, and she said she decided to go with that color because that was “my Memaw’s favorite color.”
She added that her grandmother was a nurse and “raised a lot of kids,” she said she used a clip of her voice in her song “This Town.”