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Gabbie Hanna worries fans by posting 100 TikTok videos in 24 hours

Gabbie Hanna worries fans by posting 100 TikTok videos in 24 hours

The influencer, who has 7.5million followers, has been incredibly active on the platform since Tuesday (23 August).

Fans of social media star Gabbie Hanna have been left concerned for her well-being after she posted 100 videos to her TikTok account in a single day.

The influencer, who has 7.5 million followers, has been incredibly active on the platform since Tuesday (23 August), uploading videos centred around religion, the universe, death, conspiracy theories and mental illness.

Although Hanna has repeatedly insisted throughout the videos that she is fine, many of the clips are emotionally charged.

In one, she screams at her mirror “HELP ME! WAKE THE F**K UP!" while Hana claimed that she is the Angel Gabriel in another and a third showed Gabbie dancing and announcing that she 'died and went to heaven'.

Following the flurry of activity on her feed, the 31-year-old revealed that authorities had paid a visit to her home to complete a wellness check after concerned followers got in touch with them.

The content creator, who previously shared that she has been diagnosed with bipolar, responded to a fan’s comment about ‘passing’ the wellness check: “Yes, literally.

“They left me a card. Did not, did, d-i-d, not meet the criteria for hold. Will contact PR with update."

One of her most recent posts on Wednesday (24 August) sees the star asking for prayer after claiming someone broke into her home.

Three hours prior, however, she let in a 'stranger' named Nicolas who claimed he 'felt lost' and 'asked to use the bathroom'.

After asking to use her bathroom, he then live-streamed several videos with Hana.

Watching it unfold online, fans urgently contacted LA law enforcement and hours later, a TikTok user who lives nearby took to the platform to explain that there were several officers at her property and that the unwelcomed fan had already left.

A concerned follower commented under the post: “Gab it's okay. I think it would be so good for you to sit down in bed and have some water and maybe you could call a friend nd [sic] chat about how ur [sic] feelin.”

The internet personality began sharing videos online in 2013, amassing a large fanbase over the last nine years with millions of followers across her social media platforms.

Aside from social media, Hanna published her first book of poetry Adultolescence in 2017 and a second, Dandelion, in 2020. Both of which were NYT bestsellers.

Hana also released her debut single 'Out Loud' in 2017.

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Featured Image Credit: TikTok / @gabbiehanna / Sipa US / Alamy

Topics: Celebrity, US News, TikTok