Matthew McConaughey harshly criticized on social media after revealing his father death

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Last Update: 2020-10-27 12:10:25 IST

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Matthew McConaughey is being harshly criticized on social media after revealing that his father death

Matthew McConaughey is being harshly criticized on social media after revealing that his father died during sex with his mother. "I got a call from my mom. 'Your father died'. I dropped to my knees. I didn't want to believe it. He was my father. No one or nothing could kill him. Except for my mother," the 50-year-old actor told People magazine.

"He always told me and my brothers: 'Boys, when I die, it will be making love to your mother'. That is what happened. He had a heart attack when it reached its climax," he said. This information appears in his autobiography, Greenlights, released this Tuesday.

Is this what a grieving child does?

After the confidentiality, many followers expressed their displeasure with McConaughey's attitude, for thinking that he disrespected his mother, Kathleen McConaughey. "Is this what a grieving child does? Does it expose the mother's intimacies?"; "Did his mother give permission for the disclosure of this?" were some of the questions raised by some fans on Twitter.

James Donald McConaughey died in 1992, aged 63, before Matthew achieved the greatest successes of his career. The American producer and director also states that the parents have always had a troubled relationship and "were sometimes violent". They got married three times and divorced twice. "It was like the Pacific Ocean in a storm," he said. 

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