Hi everyone, you all must have seen or rather heard about the YouTube dancer who died with her pregnancy. Here is what killed her.
The pregnant star died suffering from heart attack. Having become popular on YouTube,the 24 year old dancer called Nicole Thea who was a week away from due date passed away on July 11.
Her family has claimed that the cause of her death was a suspected heart attack which killed her and her unborn son.
Her uncle Charles Murray,said they think she had a massive heart attack.
Before she died she was struggling to breathe. She had pains in her chest. She also announced before her death that she was expecting 12 weeks ago. Sharing the happy news with her followers on Instagram alongside her partner Boga.
The popular YouTube dancer was said to have no underlying health. She maintained a healthy lifestyle and a fitness level before she died.May her soul rest in peace.
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