John Mayer allegedly paid for a private plane to transport the body of the late Bob Saget from Florida to LA

Singer John Mayer made headlines last week when he picked up the late comedian Bob Saget’s car from the airport, and is now said to have even paid to have his body brought back to Los Angeles.

Saget was in the middle of a comedy tour near Orlando, Florida, when he was found dead in his hotel room on Jan. 9 at the age of 65.

After Mayer, 44, and comedian Jeff Ross, 56, shared stories about Bob on Instagram as he drove his car home from the airport, a new report from Showbiz 411 has revealed Mayer paid a private plane to bring Saget’s body from Florida to Los Angeles. .

Headlines: Singer John Mayer made headlines last week when he picked up late comedian Bob Saget’s car from the airport, and now it’s said he even paid to bring his body back to Los Angeles

RIP: Saget was in the middle of a comedy tour near Orlando, Florida when he was found dead in his hotel room on January 9 at the age of 65

RIP: Saget was in the middle of a comedy tour near Orlando, Florida when he was found dead in his hotel room on January 9 at the age of 65

Although no cause of death was revealed, the local sheriff and medical examiner immediately ruled out any type of drug use or foul play.

The comedian and actor was laid to rest Jan. 14 at Mount Sinai Memorial Park Cemetery, the final resting place of many prominent Jewish people in the entertainment industry.

Mayer also continued to honor his late friend on Tuesday by announcing a collaboration with Jeremy Dean and Maggie Enterrios, who have designed a hoodie that will be sold with all proceeds to benefit Saget’s favorite charity, Scleroderma Research. Foundation.

Cause of death: Although no cause of death was revealed, the local sheriff and medical examiner immediately ruled out any type of drug use or foul play

Cause of death: Although no cause of death was revealed, the local sheriff and medical examiner immediately ruled out any type of drug use or foul play

Mayer shared the first look at the hoodies on Twitter, saying, “Bob Saget has worked tirelessly to raise awareness for the Scleroderma Research Foundation. That’s why I asked #jeremydean & @littlepatterns to help me design this hoodie to keep his memory and the fight for a cure alive. Out Now – All proceeds go to @srfcure.’

He also added a link to Represent.com/SRF, where fans can purchase the hoodie for $54.99.

Saget became heavily involved with the Scleroderma Research Foundation after his sister Gay Saget died of the rare disease aged just 47, four years after being diagnosed with scleroderma after being repeatedly misdiagnosed.

Fundraising: Mayer shared the first look at the hoodies on Twitter, saying: 'Bob Saget has worked tirelessly to raise awareness for the Scleroderma Research Foundation.  That's why I asked #jeremydean & @littlepatterns to help me design this hoodie to keep his memory and the fight for a cure alive.  Out Now - All proceeds go to @srfcure'

Fundraising: Mayer shared the first look at the hoodies on Twitter, saying: ‘Bob Saget has worked tirelessly to raise awareness for the Scleroderma Research Foundation. That’s why I asked #jeremydean & @littlepatterns to help me design this hoodie to keep his memory and the fight for a cure alive. Out Now – All proceeds go to @srfcure’

Research: Saget became heavily involved with the Scleroderma Research Foundation after his sister Gay Saget died of the rare disease aged just 47, four years after being diagnosed with scleroderma after being repeatedly misdiagnosed

Research: Saget became heavily involved with the Scleroderma Research Foundation after his sister Gay Saget died of the rare disease aged just 47, four years after being diagnosed with scleroderma after being repeatedly misdiagnosed

The comedian even directed the 1996 ABC TV movie For Hope, based on his sister’s true story, starring Dana Delaney.

Saget served on the board of the Scleroderma Research Foundation to find a cure for the disease, which involves “hardening and tightening of the skin and connective tissues,” according to the Mayo Clinic.

Mayer spoke of his friendship with Saget during his car ride with Ross, stating that his “effusive and repeated expression of love is the greatest gift he left for people”.

On the board: Saget has served on the board of the Scleroderma Research Foundation to find a cure for the condition, which involves 'the hardening and tightening of the skin and connective tissues', according to the Mayo Clinic

On the board: Saget served on the board of the Scleroderma Research Foundation to find a cure for the disease, which involves ‘the hardening and tightening of the skin and connective tissues’, according to the Mayo Clinic

Opening: Mayer opened up about his friendship with Saget during his car ride with Ross, saying his

Opening: Mayer opened up about his friendship with Saget during his car ride with Ross, saying his ‘effusive and repeated expression of love is the greatest gift he left for people’

“I have never known a human being on this earth who could give so much love, individually and completely, to so many people in a way that made everyone feel like a main character in their life and that they were a main character in his life,” he said during the car ride.

“Everyone is so aware of Bob’s universal love for people. The thing that keeps coming up when people say they’re sorry is just, “I loved that guy,” Mayer continued.

“He had every excuse under the sun to be cynical, upset, suspicious,” Mayer said. “He had every reason to be the guy in the back of the bitter bar.”

Love :

Love: “I have never known a human being on this earth who can give so much love, individually and completely, to so many people in a way that makes everyone feel like a main character in their life and to be a main character in his life,” he said during the car ride.

Aware: “Everyone is so aware of Bob's universal love for people.  The thing that keeps coming up when people say they're sorry is just,

Aware: “Everyone is so aware of Bob’s universal love for people. The thing that keeps coming up when people say they’re sorry is just, “I loved that guy,” Mayer continued.

Not cynical:

Not cynical: “He had every excuse under the sun to be cynical, upset, suspicious,” Mayer said. “He had every right to be the guy in the back of the bitter bar.