London: Freddie Mercury’s close pal Dave Clark has revealed that the late singer chose to die when his life stopped being fun.
The 71-year-old musician also said that the late singer tried everything to fight AIDS, including having his medicines being flown in from America by Concorde.
“Freddie had tried everything. He had special new medications flown in by Concorde from America,” the Daily Mail quoted him as saying.
“But he was getting frail and he decided to come off all the medication apart from painkillers.
“Freddie loved life. He lived it to the full. And towards the end, when he realised it was no longer fun, he decided to come off medication.
“He was suffering and sadly there was no way out,” he added.