Nicole Thea, a YouTube character, dancer and equipment designer, has died at 24.
The UK-based social media influencer was finest recognized for posting movies documenting her being pregnant, which was eight months alongside, and the reason for dying is unconfirmed at this time. Her unborn son can also be lifeless.
Thea’s mom revealed the information Sunday in an Instagram submit to Thea’s greater than 182,000 followers: “To all Nicole’s associates and supporters it’s with nice unhappiness that I’ve to tell you that Nicole and her son she and [her partner] Boga named Reign sadly handed away on Saturday morning,” she wrote.
“As a household we ask that you simply give us privateness as a result of our hearts are actually damaged and we’re struggling to deal with what has occurred,” she continued. “Thanks her mum RIP My lovely child lady Nicnac and my grandson Reign, I’ll miss you for the remainder of my life till we meet once more in everlasting heaven.”
Thea’s mother additionally identified that her daughter — additionally recognized for her jewellery and eyelash strains — had pre-scheduled a number of movies that may nonetheless be posted to her channel within the days to return. She stated Thea’s associate, avenue dancer International Boga, “has made the choice to permit them to be aired.”
In April, Thea introduced her being pregnant in an Instagram video exhibiting off her child bump whereas dancing with Boga.
“We are able to’t cover this any longer, secrets and techniques out … GOD gave us the most important blessing but. I’m lastly creating an exquisite little human within me,” the caption learn. “Truthfully, @global_boga has been the very best assist EVER and GOD made no errors making him the daddy … We’re already obsessive about you our little miracle child. Thanks for selecting us to be your mother and father and finest associates.”
Final Tuesday, she posted an Instagram affirmation calling for “a month filled with happiness, well being and monetary abundance. AMEN.”
Thea’s newest YouTube video — behind-the-scenes protection of a being pregnant picture shoot — was posted Sunday to her 88,700 subscribers.