The tragic news of Annabelle Ham’s passing has left her family and followers in shock, as they now learn more about her cause of death.
The 22-year-old’s captivating content offered a peek into her life as a student at Kennesaw State University, and she delighted her followers with makeup tutorials and style tips that kept them coming back for more.
In addition to her online endeavours, Ham’s talents extended to the professional world as she served as a digital media intern at Atlanta’s esteemed radio sports station, 680 The Fan.
According to a post shared on her Instagram page, the influencer experienced an ‘epileptic event’ before she passed away on July 15.
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Her family expressed their sorrow in a heartfelt message, penning: “We’re writing this with heavy, heavy hearts.
“She struggled with this [epilepsy] for a long time and wanted to raise awareness for it, which we will do in honour of her.”
While the official cause of death is yet to be released by authorities, Ham’s family chose to focus on celebrating the content creator’s vibrant spirit and the positive impact she had on everyone she met.
The photo accompanying the post showed Ham smiling alongside her parents and sisters, Amelia and Alexandria, emphasising the strong bond they shared.
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“Annabelle was beautiful and inspiring and lived life to the fullest,” her family shared, touching on the brightness of her soul that touched the lives of those around her.
They stressed the need for privacy during this difficult time, urging people not to spread speculation or unfounded details about her passing.
Instead, they asked for remembrance and mourning, as they plan to use the influencer’s social media accounts to share her journey and the joy she brought into their lives.
Ham’s journey as an influencer began in 2014 when she launched her lifestyle channel.
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Later, she attended Kennesaw State University in Georgia, where she was part of the Alpha Omicron Pi sorority.
Her dedication extended to her work as a digital media intern for Atlanta’s radio sports station, 680 The Fan, showcasing her diverse interests and passion for media and content creation.
Her sisters, Amelia and Alexandria, shared touching tributes to their beloved sibling.
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Alexandria described her as a true ‘spark-plug’, radiating warmth and love to everyone around her.
“Annabelle was such a light to the world,” Alexandria wrote on Instagram.
“If you knew Annabelle, you loved her and loved being around her. She loved others so well too. Please keep my family in your prayers.”
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