Female Vlogger of Vietnamese origin Brittanya Karma. Photo courtesy of Karma’s Facebook.
Brittanya Karma, 29, a German vlogger of Vietnamese origin, died of Covid-19 last Sunday.
Dat, her fiance, confirmed her death and said her funeral was held simply and privately in accordance with global pandemic prevention regulations.
Brittanya Karma had started posting pictures of herself in a hospital bed in mid-November, saying she could not eat or sleep for five days, drank lots of water and was in great pain.
She said Covid-19 should be taken more seriously, she was fighting everyday and warned everyone to take care of themselves.
News of her death has shocked her friends and fans.
On her personal social media page, Vietnamese singer Bao Anh posted a series of photos next to Karma and wrote: “When I met Karma, I became very fond of her because she radiates a positive, sincere and lovely energy.”
“Karma was very talented, and I always wanted to collaborate with her, stand on the same stage again, but could not. Karma, rest in peace. I will always remember you.”
The two collaborated for the songs “Luoi Yeu” (Lazy Love) and “Tu Tin” (Confidence).
Meanwhile, musician Mew Amazing wrote: “Karma, thank you for giving the world so much joy and laughter.”
Brittanya Karma’s real name is Nguyen Tran Phuong Linh. She has 235,000 subscribers on YouTube and 756,000 followers on Facebook. She is known to Vietnamese audiences after she participated in the reality show The Bachelor Vietnam.
After that, she produced videos on the topic of body shaming, beauty, music videos on YouTube and Facebook. She is loved for her talent, humorous speaking and positive attitude.