Tre Melvin Died? How Did He Die What Happened To Tre Melvin Cause Of Death And Reason Explained! YouTube star Tremelvin was taken to the hospital Monday after sustaining injuries in a car accident that resulted in the death of his best friend, Catheria Pacheco-Mendoza. According to a Twitter statement, both Pacheco-Mendoza and he suffered brain injuries in the collision. “Trey and Catheria, his girlfriend, were in a serious car crash on Monday morning. Both are in hospital with brain injuries. Trey was stable, while Casey was unresponsive. They ask for your prayers, blessings, and a positive vibe. You will come out stronger. This is it, the statement stated.
Melvin confirmed Pacheco Mendoza’s death via Twitter. “I survived a fatal accident. Not my best friend. I don’t believe I’ve ever been so deaf. He wrote, “Ever.” Melvin claimed that the accident was a hit-and-run. To all those who attacked us and fled: Kathy is now an Ancestor. He wrote, “She will take us to your.” Melvin answered a fan’s question about his health and said that he was fine (physically). My brain was bleeding profusely after the impact. I was in a coma and was in severe pain. But, the bleeding has stopped. My neck and back. You want me to die. But that’s why drugs are used.” Follow For More Update Yemfoundation.org
Tre melvin resorting to trolling about him being deceased is at an all time low. This is what he is doing now for the sake of a laugh. pic.twitter.com/2Km9HzC9gU
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He concluded, “I’m still living and I’m thankful.” Melvin, who has over 3 million YouTube subscribers, announced recently that he was leaving YouTube and will be launching his own subscription service called tremelvin.tv to share his views on black issues freely. “I will not allow platforms to censor me pain. Platforms that allow me to express my pain will not be allowed. I will not sit at a table where my dark and strangeness are never welcome. He wrote, “I will build my own,” in an Instagram caption. Our thoughts and prayers are with Melvin, the Pacheco/Mendoza family during this difficult time.