Amal Hamadeh, the Facebook star known for her infectious humor, has died after suffering from a stroke, according to Annahar Newspaper.
Hamadeh was 41.
The social media starlet rose to fame after being interviewed about the state of Lebanese politics, social culture and celebrities.
Hamadeh went viral after a street interview aired on Future TV where she claimed there are “no more men” in Lebanon.
In 2015, a hilarious video surfaced where she demanded that actress Myriam Fares reveal “min mekhde.”
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Annahar Newspaper reported that Hamadeh died on her way to the Al Najdah Hospital in Nabatieh. She was vomiting and had complained of a headache, the Beirut-based Daily Star newspaper reported.
Lebanese singer Elissa reacted to the news of Hamadeh’s death on Twitter.
زعلت كتير لما عرفت بوفاة أمل حمادة. كانت قاسية بتعليقاتها مرات بس قدام الموت ما فينا إلا نجتمع ونصلي لروحها. الله يرحمها
— Elissa (@elissakh) November 27, 2018
“I was very upset to hear about Amal Hamadeh’s death,” Elissa said in a tweet. “Although her comments could be harsh, at a time of death we can’t but pray for her soul. May she rest in peace.”
The funeral arrangements have not yet been released.