Twitch streamer Lannia ‘Ohlana’ has died from suicide, according to a statement posted online on July. 8, 2020.
Ohlana was a popular personality who had recently hit 100,000 followers on Twitch, often either playing CS:GO or ‘in real life’ travelling streams.
However, concerns were raised for the Canadian-Vietnamese streamer after she had posted a series of concerning tweets and Instagram stories to her social media channels. Dexerto reported.
So this is what @_ohlana posted on her story.
I never watched her, but any loss of life to depression is tragically sad.
Her message here is still important. It’s quite surreal to read this and know that these were some of her last thoughts. pic.twitter.com/pZsN8ESUFQ
— d. i. richardson🌙 (@coda_cola_) July 8, 2020
My greatest and earliest memory of you is when you messaged me telling me you stopped by a pride parade because you thought of me. There are no words to explain this loss, but you’ll be in my heart forever @_ohlana pic.twitter.com/R9DJpE4FNe
— 🏳️🌈pizzasenpai🏳️🌈✨🍕BLM (@pizzasapien) July 8, 2020
bro this the most selfish response to anybody suicidal, often times they feel they’re a burden on those around them. most times you can’t tell what their stance is on things but to say they should live for anybody but themselves is fucking selfish
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