COMEDIAN Huey Haha spoke about mental health issues and posted “f**k life” on social media before his death.
The 22-year-old influencer attracted more than 258,000 followers to his page by posting funny and vulgar videos of himself and friends in the lead up to his death.
The social media star passed away on Monday, his family appeared to confirm in a statement on his Instagram account.
"Rest In Peace to Huey Ha. Huey Ha passed away October 25, 2021," a post on his feed read.
"He loved and appreciated every single one of his supporters."
He is survived by his two-year-old daughter, Princess.
Before passed away, Huey appeared to be struggling with mental health issues and tweeted “f**k life” before deactivating his account.
Last month he also posted a short format gag video called 'When you bipolar', which appears to send up living with the condition.
Some fans have speculated whether Huey was in fact suffering from depression,
"That goes to show you you NEVER know what’s going on in someone’s mind," tweeted one.
"Be kind and be caring towards your friends or even strangers. You’ll never know what their breaking point is."
Huey had also opened up about his time growing up in Stockton, California for the ShotBy Manzo YouTube channel.
He talked about how his mother’s boyfriend who he alleged was physically “abusive” him and “beat the s**t” out of him “for no reason” when he was a teenager.
Huey said he grew up with four sisters andbrother but claimed there was “no food, no nothing” in the house
He revealed in the video posted earlier this year, that he would keep going to school to escape from his abusive home environment and get fed.
When he was 13, he said he went into foster care but was kicked out of two families he stayed with for smoking marijuana.
In another video, posted a few weeks before his death, the comedian posted a video showing him wielding a gun during a mock robbery – and handling huge bags of what appears to be marijuana.
Another post shows the star posing for a photoshoot with his daughter – which he captions: "Wish I could be better for you."
The news was first reported by Instagram account Jackfoort, which claimed in an extensive post that Huey died by suicide – although this has not been confirmed.
“It has been confirmed from a few different sources close to his family that Huey took his own life by a self inflicted gun shot wound," reads the post.
His cause of death has yet to be confirmed.
A GoFundMe campaign has been launched following his death, with all proceeds going toward his funeral and his daughter.
The fundraiser has received $23,604 in donations, surpassing its $15,000 goal.
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