Pregnant YouTube Star Nicole Thea Dies
Nicole Thea is best known as a Dancer. British dancer known to represent from the Zinarts Agency. He shares videos of hip hop-inspired dances, choreography and model outfits with fashion outfits on Instagram for over 50,000 followers. She was born on July 29, 1995 in England. He worked as a dancer during a Davido sold concert at 02 Arena in 2019. In September 2014, he started to share his dance-focused content via Instagram.
Pregnant YouTube star Nicole Thea died at the age of 24 with her unborn son Reign yesterday morning. In a statement on her Instagram account, Ms. Thea and her son Boga named Reign died unfortunately on Saturday morning this morning.
The dancer, with 105,000 followers on Instagram, was only a few weeks from the deadline.
The Instagram account said: ‘For all of Nicole’s friends and supporters, I have to report that they died with sorrow on Saturday morning with Boga named Nicole and Reign.
Also, Nicole has planned several YouTube videos in advance and decided to allow Boga to be published.
“ As a family, we want you to give us privacy because our hearts are really broken and we are trying to deal with what happened. ‘
Thank you mother RIP My beautiful baby girl Nicnac and grandson Reign will miss you for the rest of my life until I meet again in eternal paradise.
Her 20-year-old partner street dancer Global Boga, whose real name is Jeffery Frimpong, posted a video that she danced in a pram at the beginning of Saturday.
A video on July 8 showed that Miss Thea’s boyfriend and brothers rated maternity clothes.
Miss Thea had 73,300 followers on Youtube with videos about her life, pregnancy and boyfriend.
The latest video of Miss Thea, lying in a milk bath, was released an hour before the news of her death was announced on her Instagram account.
Death & Cause
Nicole Thea’s mother confirmed that the 24-year-old boy passed away on Saturday morning with Reign with her unborn child.
Her death has shocked followers, with many sharing emojis of broken hearts.
One person commented: “I am lost for words.”
Another said: “So so sorry Nicole!! You & Reign Rest in Paradise.”
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