WEEKS before his shocking death, TikTok star Cooper Noriega made several posts with his ex-girlfriend Sabrina Quesada, whom he dubbed his “twin flame.”
The influencers gave their followers a glimpse into their relationship through their social media posts, even after they broke up and remained friends.
Cooper had a trend on his TikTok account that involved him in scenarios where he was going out and had no one to accompany him.
These always ended with Cooper panning the camera to Sabrina, showing that the two continued to spend time together after their relationship ended.
“When you have therapy but don’t have a car,” Cooper wrote in a video posted May 13.
The clip shows him sitting in a car before the camera pans to Sabrina, who is in the driver’s seat, with the words “So your ex takes you” on the screen while Cooper laughs.
Another video that followed this trend, released on May 24, showed Cooper walking on the beach.
“If you don’t have friends to go to the beach with, so… e.g. B.” On-screen text.
He used the hashtag #healthybreakups in the video’s caption.
Some of Cooper’s fans joked that he and Sabrina had “separation anxiety,” which he clarified in the comments that he and Sabrina only see each other once “every 2 weeks.”
In a video posted just weeks before his death, Cooper shared photos of him and Sabrina hugging and kissing while Machine Gun Kelly’s song Twin Flame played in the background.
“Right person,” Cooper captioned the video, forming the words, “I have six ways to say I fell in love with you at first sight.”
Noriega has died aged just 19 after publishing a shocking post just hours before.
The star was reportedly found unconscious in a mall parking lot outside of Los Angeles on Thursday.
Sources told TMZ that although paramedics got to the scene quickly, they were unable to revive 19-year-old Cooper.
The young star was not in a vehicle when authorities found him and there were no signs of trauma to his body.
An insider has told the outlet an autopsy will be performed and there is no suspicion of foul play.
Just hours before the teen’s tragic death, he posted a picture of himself in bed on TikTok.
The picture carried the caption: “Who else thinks she gon d!€ young af.”
The video artist has a whopping 1.77 million followers on the platform and also hosts a large following on Instagram.
Last week he had a guest appearance BFFs from bar stools: Podcast by Dave Portnoy, Josh Richards and Bri Chickenfry.
https://www.the-sun.com/news/5539205/cooper-noriegas-heartbreaking-posts-ex-sabrina-quesada/ Cooper Noriega’s heartbreaking posts about ‘Twin Flame’ ex-girlfriend Sabrina Quesada before TikToker’s sudden death