At the age of 21, on November 24, 2022, in Ontario, Canada, the Instagram celebrity and the TikTok influencer apparently died in a deadly crash. The well-known TikToker and Western University students were killed in the collision, and another was seriously hurt.
According to her parents, who shared the news of her passing on her official Instagram page, Megha Thakur was pronounced dead at the scene of the incident by the attending paramedics.
Megha Thakur, the joy of our lives and our beautiful, loving, and caring daughter, passed away abruptly and unexpectedly on November 24, 2022, in the early morning hours, according to the message.
Death of Megha Thakur
Her fans and followers have written several reactions on Megha Thakur’s passing on various social media sites. Megha Thakur, a body positivity advocate and former Saugeen-Maitland Hall don, passed away unexpectedly.
Accident was the cause of death for Megha Thakur. Megha was described as a “confident and independent young woman” in the obituary. Her absence will be deeply felt. She cherished her followers, and she would have wanted you to be aware of her passing. We are now asking for your blessings on Megha. She will be in your prayers and in your thoughts as she continues on her path.
Megha’s funeral service will take place in her hometown of Brampton on Tuesday from 9:00 AM to 11:00 AM.
Megha Thakur, Who Was She?
A well-known social media influencer, Megha Thakur wrote posts that stressed body acceptance and self-assurance. Since she posted her first video on TikTok in November 2019, her account has gained over 900,000 followers and about 32 million likes.
Thakur enrolled to Western University to study computer science in the fall of 2021. She resided in Delaware Hall her first year before moving to Saugeen for her second year of employment. She previously took part as a model at CAISA, Canada’s biggest student-run charity fashion show.
Influencer On TikTok
Thakur was well-known for producing TikTok videos and motivating a lot of people online. At the time, Megha worked as a Don at Saugeen-Maitland Hall. One of her early popular films was shot on a college campus.
It shows her playing the Missy Elliot song “Pass That Dutch,” which was famously used in the Mean Girls scene in which Regina George slowly walks down the hallway, as she stands outside.