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TikToker Ladydrivah 2.0 has passed away after being 'found dead in her truck', her friends have said.
The star, whose real name was Rachelle, was 38 years old.
She leaves behind two young children, according to her friends.
Her friend and fellow TikToker @p***ed_of_truckah spoke of the tragic news in a heartbreaking video on the platform.
Rachelle, a Florida-based trucker, is said to have been found dead in her truck in Jacksonville on November 10, 2021, writes The Sun.
Rachelle, as Ladydrivah 2.0, built up a strong following on Instagram with more than 35,000 followers.
She became known for her “bad**s” personality and cutting remarks.
Friends and fans have been mourning her death online and paying tribute.
"She was taken too young, and every one of us will miss her," one fan tweeted.
The professional trucker was born in Duval County, Florida, in 1983.
She detailed her experiences as a female trucker and let fans follow her adventures in her popular TikTok videos.
She also often tackled issues around traffic rules and road safety.
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It is believed she was in a relationship at the time of her passing, according to a video she posted online on October 31.
Alongside clips of her trucking journeys, she also uploaded photos and clips of her beloved pooch Tank.
The exact cause of death is not currently known and has not yet been announced by friends.
Days before her death, the TikToker opened up about her battle with depression.
She suggested she may close down her TikTok account due to the backlash and hatred she received online.
In an Instagram post in August Rachelle said: "I stopped explaining myself because I realized that people understand only what they want to."
Then in a post dated September 20 she wrote: "That’s the only way to be these days. Your best friend is also your worst enemy and that’s the person you look at in the mirror. That’s the only one that will make you or break you.”
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