Instagram influencer's chilling two-word post before suicide

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An influencer has died by suicide shortly after posting a black image on Instagram with a chilling message.

The body of the influencer known as Nicuseaaa was reportedly found in front of an apartment building in Chisinau, the capital of the Republic of Moldova, on Wednesday (local time).

Chisinau Police Department spokesperson Natalia Stati said "a police team was immediately sent to the scene and a forensics expert was also requested".

Pictured is the influencer known as Nicuseaaa from the Republic of Moldova.
Influencer Nicuseaaa has died by suicide. Her body wad found outside her apartment building. Source: Newsflash/Australscope

"After arriving at the location, officers found the victim’s lifeless body in the courtyard," she said, adding: "No signs of violence were found."

Nicuseaaa lived in the flat with her boyfriend, but was alone at the time of her death, local media reported.

Neighbours told police they had never heard any arguments coming from the couple’s home.

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Fans devastated over influencer's death

Before reportedly taking her own life, the Instagram model posted a solid black image with the message: “The End.”

She also left behind a suicide note asking for forgiveness from her loved ones, according to reports.

It is believed the young influencer was suffering from depression. Investigations into her death are ongoing.

The post from Nicuseaaa's Instagram page showing a black image and the caption:
The Instagram post Nicuseaaa made before her death. Source: Newsflash/Australscope

After posting the black image to her 100,000 Instagram followers, one person wrote: "I can't believe it."

Another said: "God, I have no words!"

"I'm sorry she couldn't get over her difficulties, I really hoped it wasn't true," a third person wrote.

A fourth follower expressed their grief, saying: "God, I can't believe what happened."

– Australscope

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