TikTok is mourning the death of influencer Candice Murley.
The 36-year-old woman died mysteriously on Sunday, several days after claiming that “the voices in her head had been silenced.”
“We have received news that no one wants to hear, tonight we lost a large part of our family, my sister Candice,” wrote Marsha McEvoy, Murley’s sister, confirming the star’s passing on GoFundMe. “This was very unexpected and our hearts are broken. Candice was so full of life and always lived life her way. “
As of Thursday morning, the fundraiser had racked up more than $ 17,000, which McEvoy wrote will go toward covering the cost of Murley’s funeral. Meanwhile, the remaining cash will be “deposited in a trust for [Murley’s] son Maxwell, ”according to the page.
The devastated brother did not reveal the cause of Murley’s death. However, two days before his death, the mother of one had uploaded an 8-second video in which she said: “I hate when the voices in my head stop because then I don’t know what those bastards are.” until.”
The alarming snippet followed a series of clips about the holidays, which featured Murley playing with her cat Stash and having a beer while wishing the audience a “happy new year.”
At the time of his death, Murley had more than 50,000 followers on two accounts, the Daily Mail reported.
Suffice to say, TikTok had its own theories as to what caused the late influencer’s tragic passing.
Some assumed that Murley had died due to “drug use” and chided Peanut Gallery for glorifying her addiction.
Meanwhile, others claimed that cyberbullying was the culprit. “@ Terriwhite28 are you happy now ???” wrote one defender, addressing an alleged internet torturer. “You treated Candice so badly! You should be ashamed of yourself for being a bad life. “
Fortunately, most of the posters offered their condolences.
“I am actually shocked and saddened by this news,” said a crestfallen commenter. “Candice never pretended to be anyone other than her.”
Another wrote: “Rest easily[y] Candice, I always enjoyed watching your tic tacks on my fyp, and your kitty, rest assured[y] My deepest condolences to his family “.
McEvoy described her sister as a person who was “full of energy and loved to dance and listen to her music.”
“More than anything in his world, he loved his son and his family so much, we can’t forget his cat Stash either,” McEvoy wrote. “We only know that now he is dancing in heaven, we all know how much he believed in heaven, he is certainly there.”
The heartbroken brother also praised Murley’s presence on TikTok, writing, “He had a fanbase like no other, he was entertainment at its best, with his dancing and his cooking, and let’s not forget his scattered singing with his microphone.”
“Now let’s look back at all of his videos and keep them as souvenirs so that we continue to smile as we deal with this loss,” he added. “Many will miss her terribly.”