Antwain Fowler, the American child who became known as a foodie after his viral video, is dead.

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Fowler became a viral sensation when he, in a comic video, famously asked “where we about to eat at?”.

News of his death was confirmed in an Instagram post that appeared to have been written by China, his mother.

“The pain in my heart is like no other Why God! Never in a million years. My heart is out my chest!” the post, which, succeeded videos of Fowler on a hospital bed, read.

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Fowler, aged six, captivated thousands with his hilarious clips that fueled Twitter reactions.

It is unclear what Antwain died from but he was filmed in the hospital by his mother over the last few months.

According to a Go Fund Me page opened in his name, Fowler has been battling autoimmune enteropathy, a rare immune condition that inhibits the body’s ability to absorb nutrition, since 2015.

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“Antwain has been hospitalized a countless number of times due to his poor condition,” the fundraiser read.

“Antwain has undergone over 25 surgeries. Like normal infants, Antwain was unable to drink milk, or eat solid foods during his earlier childhood.”

Another clip for which Fowler is well known is his “is that me” video, where he points to a front-facing camera and questions if the child in the reflection is him.

Watch his video below:

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