Earlier this week, several media outlets reported, including daily MailA 32-year-old influencer from Hong Kong has died, trying to take a selfie next to a waterfall.
It is said that the influencer Sophia Cheung was on a trip near Ha Pak Lai Park with a group of friends when the accident happened. Cheung is said to have slipped and fallen into the water, then witnesses are said to have called emergency services immediately.
The 31-year-old was finally pulled out of the water and taken to Pamela Yode Nethersole East Hospital, where she was pronounced dead.
confirms the story
to me from the inside A hospital spokesperson confirmed Cheung’s death last weekend.
A 32-year-old woman has been confirmed to have been sent to Pamela Youde Nethersole Eastern Hospital, where she was pronounced dead on July 10 at 19:59 HKST, a spokesperson is said to have said.
According to Insider, Cheung has more than 19,000 followers on Instagram, a number that has increased since her fateful story became known.
On her profile, she shared a number of photos from different trips – and apparently she was fond of the outdoors.
In her Instagram bio, she listed “Trips, Kayaking, Exploration, Outdoor Activities, Photography” of things she enjoyed doing. I also wrote the following slogan:
“Life should be fun, not stupid.”
And after her death, she gained, as we mentioned, more followers on Instagram, and the comment fields below her photos are filled with known and unknown messages.
A user who appears to have had an affair with the influencer left the following comment below her last photo:
“Honey, I thought better days would come when Saturday and Sunday come? I will miss writing with you every day. I will love you forever. Rest in peace, my beautiful Sophie,” it is written.
The caption refers to Cheung’s comment, which was written for the same photo that was shared a week ago.
“The next is more beautiful. They are called: Saturday and Sunday,” the now-deceased influencer wrote.
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