I noticed that your latest fall out with the press, on account of your misogyny and promotion of sexual harassment being thinly veiled as 'banter', has led you to question what they'd write if you took your own life.
Now forgive me if you are genuinely considering taking your own life. If you are then my heart goes out to you and I hope you seek comfort and assistance in this through charities such as the Samaritans, CALM, Mind or one of the countless other valuable mental health services that are available. Their work is important and incredible in reaching out to those who need their voices heard at the darkest and most difficult of times.
On the other hand, if you are not in that place then all you have done is trivialise an issue that is the biggest killer of men aged between 20 and 49. You are using something that ends the lives of around 4,400 people every day to try and score points against an industry that simply finds your attitude abhorrent. When your fan base is made up of young males as a general majority you'd be better served letting them know that 77% of those who end their lives every year are men just like them, not using it as a strawman argument to win sympathy in your ongoing battle against journalists that don't agree with your sexist brand of humour.
If you're wondering what newspapers would write if you did commit suicide, they would report it because of the fame you have build up on the foundations of promoting sexual harassment. For the every day man, like my brother, they write very little or nothing at all. In those cases it's left to those who loved the person that's now gone to tell the world about them and maybe this will stop you ever trivialising the issue again; http://jonnnygabriel.blogspot.co.uk/2015/01/the-death-of-someone-indestructible.html?m=1
So argue with journalists, newspapers, blogs and other people all you want on Twitter but don't dilute serious issues along the way.