The last letter from Bob Saget was revealed by John Stamos

The last letter from Bob Saget was revealed by John Stamos ...

Bob Sagets'' final text to John Stamos threw a little shadow at his other close friend John Mayer.

During Netflix''s Dirty Daddy: The Bob Saget Tribute, Stamos, 58, shared the exchange.

According to a teaser clip from the upcoming special, I''ll say that God gave me the brother I wanted.

Stamos said he responded, "You have a lot of God-given brothers," but at first glance, right?

Saget replied, Mayers an outstanding friend, but he is more fair-weather. You are always there, so youre number one.

Mayer, 44, was on stage as Stamos read the texts aloud and tended to take the messages in stride, clapping and laughing with the audience.

Although Saget may have thought the Your Body Is a Wonderland singer a fair-weather friend, Mayer certainly made it back after the comedians'' deaths.

Mayer paid for a private jet to fly Sagets home to California, where he passed away at the age of 65 due to head trauma.

A $55 sweatshirt was created by the Gravity crooner, who is receiving funding from the Sagets Scleroderma Research Foundation. The Americas Funniest Home Video hosts a car back home from Florida alongside comedian Jeff Ross.

At his funeral in Sagets, Stamos performed a heavy eulogy.

As he hosted my dads funeral, a Fuller House alum reminisced on their decades-long friendship and sharing. When I lost my parents, Bob was there for me like no other. He told dirty jokes and talked about himself.

He was there with divorces, deaths, despair, and dark days. He was there with love, marriage, a child, and bright times. He was my lifeline.

From 1987 to 1995, Stamos and Saget played Jesse Katsopolis and Danny Tanner as their best friends.

The Bob Saget Tribute, directed by Dirty Daddy, is now available on Netflix on June 10.

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