At only 21 years old, Megha Thakur is tragically dead. On November 24, the TikTok star lost his life “suddenly and unexpectedly”.
Megha Thakur had her life ahead of her. At only 21 years old, the young woman, star of TikTok, died tragically on November 24. It was her parents who announced the terrible news on their daughter’s Instagram account. “It is with heavy hearts that we announce the light of our lives, our kind, caring and beautiful daughter, Megha Thakur, passed away suddenly and unexpectedly on November 24, 2022 in the wee hours of the morning”, they wrote. And to add: “Megha was a confident and independent young woman. She will be truly missed. She loved her fans and would have wanted you to know of her passing. At this time, we ask for your blessings for Megha. Your thoughts and prayers will be with her on her journey. “.
For the moment, the causes of Megha Thakur’s death have not been revealed. But only the Daily Mail, the young woman had suffered a heart attack a few months ago. “I have a very big anxiety, which turned into stress, which turned into a heart attack. So, I took care of that”she wrote on social networks to explain her absence. Megha Thakur started posting on TikTok in 2019 focusing on body positivity and self-confidence. In October 2020, she explained that she had been “depressed for years” before developing this confidence that Internet users know: “I was depressed for years. It was awful, I didn’t want to be alive anymore and I almost lost my life.”
Megha Thakur: her last video
“Too many people are choosing suicide over their wellbeing because mental health awareness isn’t where it should be at all. regretted the young woman of 21 years. VSIt may be World Mental Health Day, but today won’t be the only day I’ll talk about it. Don’t forget to take care of yourself too. You are important.” Megha Thakur had studied computer science at Western University in the fall of 2021 and also worked as a model for the CAISA fashion show, the largest student-organized charity fashion show in Canada. The Canadian, originally from Brampton, Ontario, posted one last video before she died where she was seen walking the streets of New York: “YOU ARE in charge of your destiny. Remember that”.