Young lady reportedly passes on days after tweeting about her death

Young lady reportedly passes on days after tweeting about her death

- A young lady identified as Mikiah Smith on Twitter has passed on

- Mikiah’s demise came days after she tweeted about feeling like her death was around the corner on social media

- A close acquaintance of the deceased confirmed her death on Facebook

Sometimes individuals feel strange things that they are unable to explain. It has been said that people sometimes know when their time on earth is almost up.

Despite that, not many people want to linger on the thought of death as they hope for the best.

Well, has gathered the report of a young lady who reportedly passed on days after tweeting about feeling like her death was close.

The lady, identified as Mikiah Smith (@Mikiah) on Twitter, posted a tweet on May 24, where she explained that she had been feeling funny for some days as if her time on earth is almost up.

She tweeted: “I been feeling so weird death near me or it’s finna be my time. That ain’t normal right??? Sh*t is scaring me now.”

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Well, it seems Mikiah was right after all. Friends and family members of the young lady have trooped to social media to mourn her loss just days after her strange post.

A lady identified as Tawana Huntley Troup on Facebook confirmed Mikiah’s death on the social networking site.

In a post shared on June 2, 2019, Tawana mourned Mikiah’s loss as she explained that she will be missed greatly. See her post below:

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Mikiah’s other friends on Twitter also dropped condolence messages while others reacted to her death. See some comments below:

Strange things really do happen. RIP to the dead.

Meanwhile, previously reported that a man who lost five of his family members to the recent Ethiopian Airlines crash said that his daughter had told him she had a deep fear that something bad was about to happen.

According to him, one of his daughters, Nduta was excited she about coming back home but expressed a feeling of unexplained fear.

''I communicated to them two hours before the flight. My daughter sent me a message. It was like she was expecting something. She said she was excited but she had fear in her and she did not know why. I did not know what message she was conveying to me. I lost three grandsons, a daughter and my wife,'' he said.

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