One kid went viral with a video in which he said “Where are we going to eat?” died of an autoimmune disease.
Antwain Fowler’s death was announced on Sunday. He was just six years old.
His death was confirmed in a Instagram post on Sunday.
“Never in a million years my heart is out of my chest!!!!”, the caption reads.
Reports say the exact cause of death has yet to be determined.
Fowler was diagnosed with autoimmune Enterapothyosis in July 2015, according to a GoFundMe . Page was created to help the boy’s family.
“Antwain has undergone more than 25 surgeries,” the page’s description reads.
“Like normal children, Antwain was unable to drink milk or eat solid foods throughout his childhood.”
Autoimmune enterapothyosis is a rare disorder that attacks the intestinal tract.
Currently, the page has raised more than $54,000.
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