American Internet personality and singer-songwriter,Gabbie Hanna is not dead. The fake news of her death was earlier reported by a clickbait website.

The popular Youtuber fake news death was shared on Twitter.

 

“To all the gabbinators I am sorry to announce that @gabbiehanna has sadly passed away, prayers to her family and her even tho she didn’t lived a perfect life she would always be with us Broken heart
#ripgabbiehanna #ripgabbie”

Gabbie Hanna early this year deleted her Instagram and Twitter accounts following the backlash she got from people. In a previous YouTube video called ‘Watch Somebody Burn and Crumble’, she opened up about how much the online backlash has affected her mental health and well-being.

Gabbie addressed the hate she has received in the past, explaining that everything she said or tried to do ended up being “twisted” from others.

On 15 July 2020 in a series of tweets told all her fans that they should be happy that she is going to die because according to her that is all they wanted.

“Goodbye. Are you happy? Is that what you fucking wanted? For me to leave? How was laughing at the fact i could poissbly die?

I no longer desire to be here. For the final time, goodbye.” she said on Twitter

Although  a lot of fake death news have flooded the whole internet since the start of 2020  with many faking up their death and Gabbie’s situation does not look anything different from the others.

Many tweeps still believes she is really faking her death and asking how much she paid to do that.

 

On May 2020, The YouTube star issued a desperate message on Twitter to someone who is stalking her, begging the person to leave her and her family alone, while opening up about the devastating toll that their actions are taking on her and her loved ones.

Gabbie Hanna, first rose to fame on Vine, and now has 6.17 million YouTube subscribers — but with fame and adulation, it seems, came a scary price, as Gabbie became candid this week about having a stalker.

‘This is me pleading with you, knowing you’re reading this. Please, PLEASE leave me alone,’ she wrote to the unidentified person.

Gabbie started her career on the short form video service Vine, under the name The Gabbie Show, then started a YouTube channel with the same name a year later; both were nominated for awards.

She has won a Streamy Award for storyteller in 2018. Hanna released a poetry book titled Adultolescence in September 2017 and another, Dandelion, is due to be released in October 2020. She ventured into the music industry with her debut single “Out Loud” (2017), and has released multiple singles and two EPs as of 2020.