Hopefully few of you have had to deal with your parent passing and won't soon. It sucks. My mom unexpectedly passed a few years ago & I can remember feeling very surprised when the sun rose the next morning. The grief can be intense.
No one from my -then- place of employment came to the funeral service and, man, it hurt deep. I had already worked there 13 years and I had seen management go to funerals for other employees' loved ones who died. I went when it was someone I felt I knew well. It was part of the culture there or so I thought. So when no one showed it stung. I then discovered that it only happened if you were part of the high-school-atmosphere-cool-crowd. My entire attitude about the company and its owner and management changed.
So I totally understand how DeAngelo feels. It's been less than a year. He's still hurting & I 100% get it.
btw he had nothing to do with how his interview was released (in pieces) or advertised. That was all on WBTV. He did the interview in one sit-down with Molly & that's how it should be taken.