With the internet suddenly awash with rumors about TikTok sensation Gabriel Salazar’s death, fans are anxious to get to the bottom of the matter.
TikTok user Gabriel, better known by his handle “Gabe Not Babe,” was reportedly killed in a car accident.
Unfortunately, with death hoaxes and rumors being pretty common in this day and age, we decided to dig in deep and look for the truth behind the reports. Well, here’s what we found out.
Is TikTok Star Gabe Not Babe Dead?
If unconfirmed reports are to be believed, Gabriel Salazar has allegedly died. Rumors about his reported demise started doing the rounds when a GoFundMe campaign came up in the TikTok sensation’s name.
Gabriel’s friend, Chris Vazquez, started the campaign on September 27 and has since raised over $30,000.
He said, “I don’t know what’s real and not real anymore but unfortunately Gabe passed away in a car crash on September 26 we couldn’t believe it the moment we found out.
Don’t really want to get into details because it’s so hard for us to even talk about the pain he went through. Never expected this to happen but now you’re watching over us.”
In addition to the GoFundMe campaign, Gabriel’s sister and close friends have also posted about his supposed death on social media.
For starters, his sister, Danna Salazar, posted about Gabriel on her Instagram story alongside a touching tribute.
She even shared the GoFundMe campaign link on her social media profile.
On the other hand, Chris Vazquez and Ricky Flores, who are reported to be the TikTok star’s close friends, took to Instagram and posted touching messages for Gabriel.
How Did TikTok Star Gabe Not Babe Die?
With Gabriel Salazar’s alleged death not yet confirmed by official sources, the reason behind the reported incident remains unknown.
There are rumors on social media that a car accident on September 26 in San Antonio, Texas, was what killed Gabe Not Babe.
Some videos have been uploaded to YouTube that purports to show what happened during the alleged crash.
However, since there has been no official confirmation, the majority of these rumors should be taken with a grain of salt.
Considering recent developments, we gathered that although news of Gabriel Salazar’s supposed death has been posted on social media by his friends and his sister, we should still wait for an official confirmation.
Curiously, neither prominent publications nor local media have reported a car crash that is alleged to have taken the TikTok star’s life.