Antwain Fowler has sadly died at a very tender age of 6. The young man had captured our hearts through his trending videos where his love for food was pretty much evident. His videos used to go viral as many found him funny and entertaining.
Antwain, who got famous after his "where we bout to eat?" video broke the internet sadly passed on after his battle with Auto-Immune Enteropathy. It is a disease immune deficiency disorder that causes severe diarrhea, vomiting and other conditions. Adorable Antwain was from the United States and was born on the 23rd of December 2014.
Although Antwain has been in a battle with this disease, the young man surely maintained his happiness such that you would not have been able to tell that he had health problems. He had undergone 25 surgeries but was able to keep over millions of people nationwide smiling and laughing through his videos.
Antwain, AKA "where we bout to eat" will surely be missed. The young man was definitely born a comedian and will be greatly missed. He left a legacy of smiles, joy and laughter in peoples hearts just by being himself, that is how special he is.
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