YouTuber Nicole Thea’s partner Boga held a moving memorial for the late star on her birthday following her and her unborn child’s terrible death.
Nicole and her baby, who she and Boga had actually called Reign, died earlier this month, with her household confirming the heartbreaking news.
Musician Boga arranged a balloon release in Hyde Park for what would have been Nicole’s 25 th birthday, with fans sharing videos.
According to participants, Boga likewise performed a tune he had actually written for his late partner.
Boga wrote on Instagram following the memorial: ‘Baby woman my Shawty my Queen I have a lot to say, a lot on my mind & nobody on this world can comprehend what I am going through in my life.
‘ The pain can’t be explained.
‘ All the plans we HAD, all the strategies I HAD. 3y3 Wonkoa na medo mewiase nyinaaa I WILL LIKE YOU DAILY ALL NIGHT ALL MY LIFE.
‘ REIGN WILL SAFEGUARD YOU & MAKE IT REIGN CONTINUESLY DOWN HERE. HAPPY BIRTHDAY MY QUEEN R2 MY NICO MY GO BOGA MY OKAYYYYYY MY SAVIOUR MY HERO MY WORLD I WILL MAKE YOUR NAME & TRADITION REIGN MY ENTIRE LIFE & BEYOND. REIGN THEA R2’.
In the memorial announcement, Boga asked mourners to come in white tshirts and bring a white balloon to release.
He added that social distancing would be observed, with a message at the end reading: ‘We love and miss you Nicole & Reign, you will reside in our hearts forever.’
Nicole’s family confirmed the tragic news of her death on social networks this month, composing: ‘To all Nicole’s good friends and advocates it is with fantastic sadness that I have to inform you that Nicole and her boy she and Boga named Reign sadly died on Saturday early morning.
‘ Likewise Nicole pre-schedule a couple of YouTube videos and Boga has decided to permit them to be aired.
‘ As a household we ask that you give us personal privacy since our hearts are genuinely broken and we are having a hard time to cope with what has occurred.
‘ Thank you her mum RIP My stunning infant woman Nicnac and my grand son Reign, I will miss you for the rest of my life up until we reunite in eternal heaven. Xxx’.
Her cause of death is presently unidentified, but it is understood she did not pass away in childbirth.
Nicole was popular on YouTube for publishing videos of her hip hop inspired dances, along with makeup tutorials and confessional interviews.
She had attracted over 73,000 subscribers on the video sharing platform, with her clips acquiring over 4.4 million views in total.