YouTube rising star Ethan Is Supreme tragically dies aged 17

Ethan Is Supreme

Ethan Is Supreme

Up and coming beauty influencer Ethan Peters - AKA, Ethan is Supreme - has died. according to those closest to him. His best friend, Ava Louise, noted his struggles with addiction on social media and has been posting resources for those struggling with substance abuse.

Real name Ethan Peters, the influencer was confirmed dead by his father in a statement seen by Fox News on Sunday night (September 6).

Sharing a photo of herself with Ethan, Louise wrote on Instagram: "This right here is my best friend in the entire world". His unbelievable parents have been parents to me when mine haven't been the best, so please respect their privacy at this time. Ethan f-king Peters I'm gunna make sure you legacy lives on you were meant for so much, the smartest teenager I knew. I wish I knew how bad it was. "I know what you'd want me to say to the Internet rn but I'm to heartbroken to say it. Rip".

His friend Ava Louise blamed his death on addiction.

"I am so lucky to have known you you gave me so much and helped me so much. I hope there's an afterlife and you're doing wild s-t up there I really f-king do".

The teenager was known for his beauty tutorials amongst his legion of fans.

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Both have said added that Ethan was struggling with addiction, but his official cause of death is not yet known.

Just two days ago, he posted an old photo of himself and thanked "everyone who bullied me". Ethan saw me through my lows and celebrated my highs with me.

Manny MUA tweeted, "Rest in peace ethan @trashqueenethan you were so incredibly talented at such a young age".

Friends of the influencer have confirmed his death online. His last video was uploaded two months ago.

"Rest In Peace I love you and always have please rest easy. you were always so kind to me and we have some wonderful memories". After working hard for 2 years, he amassed more than 138,000 subscribers on YouTube and 500,000 followers on Instagram.

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