Who is Etika?
American Internet Star and gaming vlogger that was probably known for its live streaming games and reaction videos for Nintendo products and games. His real name was Daniel Desmond Amofah and briefly worked as a model before claiming fame as YouTuber. On June 19, 2019, Etika posted a suicide video on her official YouTube channel and disappeared. Six days later, the NYPD found a corpse on the East River, later identified as its own. Although the real cause of suicide remains unknown, Etika has suffered from mental illness and has long struggled for Internet fame.
Etika was born on May 12, 1990 in Brooklyn, New York, United States. He was 29 years old.
|Birth name||Daniel Desmond Amofah|
|Birth date||May 12, 1990|
|Date of death||June 24, 2019|
|Place of birth||Brooklyn, New York, United States|
|Sign of the sun||Taurus|
|Profession||YouTuber, Twitch Streamer|
Family and Education
Speaking of her family, little information about her parents, her education, and her childhood is available on the Web. His father, Owuraka Amofah, is a politician in Ghana. He has a mixed ancestry. He passed a AncestryDNA test, which confirmed that his ancestors were French and many others.
Etika was in a relationship with her ex-girlfriend, Alice Pika, from 2011 to 2017. The exact reason for the split is unknown. However, they were on good terms until his death.
He also went out with a girl named Christine and they broke up in February 2017.
|size||Feet – 6 feet|
Centimeters – 183 cm
Meters – 1.83 m
|Weight||Kilograms – 83 kg|
Books – 182 lbs
|Distinctive features||His hair style|
Etika began her online career in 2012 by streaming her games. He has also posted game reaction videos on his main YouTube channel. He quickly gained fame and his channel has grown steadily in terms of subscribers and revenue until its suspension in late 2018. His main channel was closed for violating community rules. Etika posted pornographic content on her channel, which resulted in the termination of her account. His Twitch was also banned this year for using a homophobic insult during a water course.
Etika's ex-girlfriend, Alice, confirmed that she was mentally depressed and later said that he had been diagnosed with bipolar disorder. His second outage occurred in April 2019 when he published a series of cryptic suicidal tweets. In fact, he was also arrested by the Brooklyn police for being injured while continuing to broadcast live on Instagram. More than 19,000 viewers attended the retransmission. A concerned fan informed the police about him. However, he was released several hours later.
Cause of death
Etika was suffering from a mental illness for a long time and had been hospitalized for the same thing. On June 19, 2019, Amofah posted a video titled "I'm Sorry" on his TR1Iceman alternative channel, and admitted to having mental health issues, having trouble receiving attention that "I'm sorry," and "I'm sorry," he said. he was receiving streaming and apologized for having it distant. The video has since ended. Amofah was reported missing that night.
On June 20, the NYPD tweeted his picture asking for help to find him. According to sources, the police found several of his belongings, including his wallet, cell phone, laptop, clothes and his Nintendo switch, along the Manhattan Bridge, on June 22.
On June 24, police learned that a body had been found at East River, near Wharf 16, and that the police had later confirmed that it was Amofah. . This location is about half a mile from the Manhattan Bridge.
Friends of Amofah and members of the video game community and YouTube lamented his passing by expressing their condolences and support to his family.
Amofah was a model and rapper before her online career took off. He also continued to do modeling from time to time until 2015.
Etika had a cat named Bombay.
He once sued Sony and received a $ 25 compensation.
Etika's main YouTube channel had more than 600,000 subscribers before being removed.
Her fans wanted YouTube to restore Amofah's final video and make it visible, as well as phone numbers related to mental health and suicide prevention.