'Where we about to eat at?' viral star dies aged 6
He was diagnosed with an autoimmune disease back in 2015
Antwain Fowler, the young kid who went viral after the hilarious "where we bout to eat at?" clip back in 2019, has sadly passed away aged six.
As confirmed by his mother, Chyna, on the popular @_antwainsworld Instagram page on Sunday November 21, Antwain passed away following his well-known autoimmune disease. She captioned the post: "Never in a million years My heart is out my chest".
Though the exact cause of his death is yet to be fully ascertained, his health problems were well known among his followers. He had been battling autoimmune enteropathy - a condition that attacks the intestines and prevents your body from absorbing nutrition - since 2015.
He recently underwent an intravenous immune globin (IVIG) treatment to help him gain muscle mass - one of 25 surgeries he is said to have had in his short life - and was pictured in good spirits post-procedure.
A GoFundMe page was set up through his mum and organiser 'Christina B' back in April of this year to try and raise money for the increasing cost of his treatment. It now sits at over $63,000 dollars and counting - well over the initial $50,000 goal.
As well as paying off the medical bills, the money will now go toward his funeral arrangements and to help the family through this unimaginably difficult time.
Whether you remember the clip or not, let's pay tribute by watching Antwain in his element who - like most little kids - was hangry and eagerly wanting to know what his next meal was:
Our thoughts are with his family. Rest in peace to a little legend.
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