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Influencers Take To Social Media To Pay Tribute To 17 Year Old Ethan Peters (Ethanissupreme) | RIP

Last night we learned about the passing of 17 year old influencer Ethan Peters (Ethanisupreme) passing away due to a drug overdose. If you’d want more information about that, click here! Otherwise watch the tribute video I put together late last night:

Today influencers posted on social media to pay tribute to the 17 year old.

“rest in peace ethan @trashqueenethan you were so incredibly talented at such a young age,” Manny MUA posted on Twitter. “i know he’s made many many mistakes… but to say he deserved to pass away is horrible and inhuman. i pray for his family and loved ones, a horrible loss.”

Influencer Grace Anne Auten shared on Instagram, “I love you. I can’t believe I have to say goodbye so soon. We just talked a couple days ago, when you sent me a video of the disposables that had just come in from your visit here. F–k. I f–king hate it here. I wish I could say more..but there just aren’t any words. I love you. I believe you’re still here for me.”

Tana Mongeau posted a tribute to Ethan on her Instagram Stories and uploaded a throwback image of her with the star. “the caption,” she wrote with a sad-face emoji. “Rip angel. my heart goes out to his family and friends. if you need anything reach out please.”

Cole Carrigan also honored Ethan with an Instagram post.

“I know we haven’t been the closest recently but during times like this it doesn’t matter,” Cole began. “You have inspired me with your makeup looks ever since I first started makeup, you were my first real friend in this messed up industry when I was nothing and treated me equal. u were my first collab I ever did and I felt so cool that you wanted to do it with me. the beauty community lost an extremely talented soul today and may you rest easy.”

Cole concluded, “my prayers go out to his family and closest friends, please dont hesitate to reach out if anything is needed. love you Ethan.”



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