Fans increasingly concerned about Gabbie Hanna as she disappears for nearly a year after 'worrying' videos
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Fans of social media influencer Gabbie Hanna have been becoming increasingly concerned after the influencer has not posted anything for months.
These included videos on the topic of religion, death, conspiracy theories, the universe and mental illness.
One of the videos saw her screaming “HELP ME! WAKE THE F**K UP!" at her mirror, while another shows her dancing while announcing that she 'died and went to heaven'.
While she said that she had 'passed' a wellness check 'literally', fans are now worried following nine months of silence across her social channels.
However, the influencer has not been active on Instagram either, with the most recent post on her page being made nine months ago.
And fans are now sharing their concern over her radio silence.
One posted: "Gabbie are you okay hun it’s been a long time since you posted."
A second wrote: "It’s been since February. It’s almost 2024…is she okay??"
A third replied: "Is anybody else worried that she hasn’t posted in ages?"
Hanna's comments on Prince Ea's podcast Sauna Sessions back in March may explain the dead silence on her socials.
She opened up about her views on social media and explained why she hasn't been active lately.
Not only that, but she even dropped the bombshell that she is considering deleting them altogether.
She said: “I’m trying to work up the strength to actually delete. But I can’t figure out if that’s what I’m supposed to do or not.
"Specifically TikTok. Because I feel like TikTok is just like the cesspool the worst of the worst.”
She went on to explain her feelings on the app, saying: “I don’t think any of us were meant to be on a platform in that way.
“I don’t think any of us was meant to be, like, ‘famous’. I don’t think any of us was meant to have followers.
"I don’t think any of us was meant to idolize ourselves in that way. Because not only are we idolizing ourselves, but we’re making ourselves false idols.”
UNILAD has contacted Gabbie Hanna for a comment.