in ,

RIP: Antwain Lee Fowler has sadly passed away at the age of six

Loading...
Loading...

RIP: Antwain Lee Fowler has sadly passed away at the age of six

Heading : RIP: Antwain Lee Fowler has sadly passed away at the age of six

The abrupt and tragic news that viral kid Antwain Lee Fowler had died has shocked the entire country. The news was first conveyed on Antwain’s Instagram page, where the anguish and despair of his mother, who captioned the photo, could be felt by everyone who saw it.

Antwain’s celebrity was propelled by a brief footage of him merely inquiring, “Where are we about to eat?” The video, which was viewed by millions of people on social media, was only the beginning of a larger online presence. Antwain delighted his thousands of fans with vlogs and meal reviews, thanks to his loving and supporting mother.

Antwains’ mother received the devastating news in 2015 that her child had been diagnosed with autoimmune enteropathy, an extremely rare autoimmune condition. The disorder, which makes it difficult for a child’s body to absorb nutrients from food, is commonly associated with symptoms including diarrhoea and weight problems.

Recent reports by The Sun indicates that although a GoFundMe page was created for Antwain, the exact cause of his death has not yet been confirmed. Antwain had to endure multiple doctors visits, medical procedures and hospital stay since his diagnosis in 2015, just a year after his birth, according to reports by TMZ.

FOR YOU :
Popular Ghanaian pastor shoots wife dead in the US

South Africans reacted to the news after Daniel Marven shared it on Twitter:

https://twitter.com/danielmarven/status/1462517368169586693?t=MY6hoxTbhh7zUO3lFSy5CQ&s=19

Written by Sheila

I love being a staff writer at Afromambo.com.I hold Diploma in Business Management .When I'm not writing, I'm busy gardening or picking up after my kids, or running after them! My biggest passion, next to my precious children, is writing and sharing Entertainment News and Information that matters with people online!

Leave a Reply

Your email address will not be published. Required fields are marked *

Bongs Ndima becomes first black man to win Mr Gay World SA

Bongs Ndima becomes first black man to win Mr Gay World SA

Uncle Waffles Reacts To Claims That There Was A Paid Campaign To Trash Her