Influencer Dies “Unexpectedly” At 21

(Presidentialwire.com)- A Canadian TikTok influencer Megha Thakur from Brampton, Ontario died “suddenly and unexpectedly” at age 21, according to The Gateway Pundit. Thakur’s family posted on her Instagram to her 100,000 followers.

“It is with heavy hearts we announce the light of our life, our kind, caring, and beautiful daughter, Megha Thakur, suddenly and unexpectedly passed away on November 24, 2022, in the early morning hours,” the caption read.

Thakur reportedly posted body positivity and self-confidence videos.

The comments flooded with condolences, thoughts, and prayers from her followers who found her to be an inspiration. They praised her for her ability to make others feel good about themselves.

One user wrote that Thakur had helped her when she was struggling. Another wrote that the star’s love was unconditional and that she always wanted to see others win.

No details about the cause of her death were reportedly given but some reports allege that the influencer was killed in a car crash. The news shocked nearly one million of her followers in the TikTok community.

The news initially caused speculation from those on the right who notice that many young people are dying “suddenly and unexpectedly.” In September, a 24-year-old Canadian journalist died suddenly from what was reportedly congenital heart disease.

British actress Emily Chesterton also died “suddenly and unexpectedly” from natural causes. Chesterton was in her 30s. Dr. Almyra Oveta Fuller, a top virologist who advocated for the emergency use authorization of the three COVID vaccines, also died suddenly at the age of 67 on November 21.

Dr. O’dell Owens, another public health advocate, was reported to have died suddenly. Goalkeeper Carla Heaton for the women’s football team Cirencester Town died suddenly at the age of 22. Littlefield, Texas Athletic Director and Head Football Coach Jimmy Thomas also died suddenly from bilateral blood clots in his lungs.

A full list of sudden deaths can be found here.