Bucket Cipher, the son of Melissa Etheridge, has died of undeclared death along with her ex-partner Julie Cipher, confirming a kind of diversity for the singer.
A tweet from the singer’s social media account read: “We are sorry to inform you that Melissa’s son Beckett has died and there will be no home show from home concerts today. – #TMME.”
No further information was available at the time of the press, but the correspondent said a statement was forthcoming.
Etheridge and Cipher had two children during the partnership: a daughter Bailey in February 1997 and Bickett on November 18 of the following year (pictured above with Etheridge in 2011). The babies were born through artificial insemination and the biological father was later revealed as singer David Crosby.
As an example of how the world has changed in twenty years, Etheridge and Crosby appeared in “60 Minutes” in 2000 and can discuss raising children at home without a male parent.
“I don’t believe my kids will want it anyway because they don’t have a father every day at home,” Etheridge said. “What is in the house is two loving parents. I think it put their game ahead. “
The couple separated in 2000, although they initially lived in a back-to-back house for the convenience of copying.