- A pregnant YouTube star has died along with her unborn son and it's unclear what caused her death
- Identified as Nicole Thea, the 24-year-old was a dancer and fashion entrepreneur with over 100k followers on Instagram
- The news of her death was announced via her Instagram page
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Popular YouTuber, dancer and fashion entrepreneur, Nicole Thea, has passed away. The 24-year-old who was pregnant was said to have died alongside her unborn child.
The news of her death was made known via her Instagram page and it expressed that the family was deeply saddened by Nicole's tragic passing.
Nicole who had documented her pregnancy journey on Youtube was expecting her first child with boyfriend and dancer, Boga; a son whom they named Reign.
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The statement also disclosed that Thea had some videos that will still be posted to YouTube in the days to come as her partner, street dancer Global Boga, decided to keep the videos scheduled as planned.
Part of the post reads: "To all Nicole’s friends and supporters it is with great sadness that I have to inform you that Nicole and her son she and Boga named Reign sadly passed away on Saturday morning.
As a family, we ask that you give us privacy because our hearts are truly broken and we are struggling to cope with what has happened. Thank you."
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The mum-to-be was a few weeks away from her due date when she died. The reason for her death has not yet been revealed, and it is still unclear how she died.
In a similar story, What was meant to be a beautiful period for a new mum and her family, turned tragic as she lost her life hours after becoming a mother for the first time.
Twitter user, Sarki Suleiman had earlier taken to the micro-blogging platform to announce that his aunt recently welcomed a set of triplets after waiting for almost 9 years.
However, he returned to quote the tweet with news of her death, barely 9 hours after sharing the good news. "My aunty just died, God why?" he wrote.
In other news, the driver of a VIP bus with the registration number GR 9922-15 that was reportedly moving from Kumasi to Accra was captured using his mobile phone whilst driving.
The video was made public by a gentleman identified on Facebook as Jah Man who appears to have been in the bus when the disturbing action was ongoing.
In the footage, the unnamed driver is using a relatively busy road and driving with great speed, which made his decision to use his phone quite ridiculous.
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