- The uncle of Nicole Thea, the 24-year-old Ghanaian YouTube star who passed away with her unborn baby, has revealed what was suspected to have caused her death
- His statement made it clear that Nicole did not pass away during delivery as has been rumoured by some social media users
- He explained that the post-mortem will be carried out at a later date but it is suspected that Nicole died of a serious heart attack
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Charles Murray, an uncle to the late Nicole Thea, a 24-year-old pregnant YouTube star who died with her baby named Reign, two weeks before delivery, has finally spoken.
According to a report sighted by YEN.com.gh on Express.co.uk, Murray indicated that the post-mortem will be carried out at a later date but it is suspected that Nicole died of a heart attack.
Referring to the tragedy as a total shock, Murray inadvertently debunked all rumours that circulated in the Ghanaian social media space that Nicole died with her baby during delivery.
Rather, Murray explained that the attack happened at home, saying, “She had it in her house and she was telling her partner that she had pains in her chest and her back."
“Nicole was saying that she was struggling to breathe. She was struggling with her chest - she had a pain in her chest. From what I heard at the moment, we think she had a massive heart attack," Charles Murray further added.
Nicole's mother, Samantha Antoine, mentioned on behalf of the entire family that their hearts are still broken by the demise of their daughter who had 107 000 subscribers on her YouTube channel.
Meanwhile, award-winning Ghanaian comedian, social media influencer, and actor, Derick Kobina Bonney, known widely as DKB, has sent a word of caution to women following the death of Nicole Thea.
DKB, in a post sighted by YEN.com.gh, took a strong swipe at the late YouTube and Instagram dancing star, Nicole Thea, who died alongside her unborn baby in the United Kingdom.
According to the popular comedian, the sensational 24-year-old lady's demise should serve as a warning and lesson to ladies, especially the pregnant ones, who are in the habit of flaunting their unborn babies even before they give birth.
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