The reported boyfriend of TikTok star Dazhariaa Quint Noyes — who committed suicide at age 18 on Monday — shared a touching recollection of his late girlfriend.
Mike — who goes by @finessekidmike on TikTok — posted a short montage of video clips and photos that depicted them hugging, smiling, kissing, cuddling and hanging out together in a compilation that has been viewed more than 2.5 million times.
“I still love you. I think it’s time for me to let go,” says a female digital narrator as the images stream by and a version of the song “Heal” plays in the background. “Thank you for the memories that we made together. You are not my person anymore,” followed by a sad-face emoji, then continuing, “So if we are meant to be, we will find each other again.”
Mike simply captioned the post, “God bless her and her next.”
Rising star Dazhariaa’s death was confirmed by her parents on social media and in other media coverage.
On Tuesday, Dazhariaa’s father, Joseph Santiago, posted his own video tribute on TikTok, which was captioned, “I just want to thank everyone for their love and support of my daughter. Unfortunately she is no longer with us and has gone to a better place.”
And her mother, Jennifer Shaffer, left her own tribute on Facebook, writing, “I’m so heartbroken I really can’t believe you’re going I wish I was waiting on you to say it was a prank but its not i wishing could have died instead of u …rip my angel. Everyone talks about our bad times but never talk about the good times#babygirldee”
The teenager — who lived in Baton Rouge, Louisiana — chronicled her life on TikTok, Instagram and YouTube. Many of her fans mourned her death on social media.
“Rest In Peace gorgeous, this makes me so sad to hear that this happened,” said one commenter on YouTube. “Your we’re definitely my favorite YouTube, tiktoker. It breaks my hurt so much to hear that this happened.it’s going to take me a while to get over that fact that this happened. This honestly broke my hurt so much.”
On Wednesday, a GoFundMe account was set up, reportedly with a note from her father, which read in part, “I only wish she would have spoken to me about her stress and the thoughts of suicide.”