'My 600-Lb. Life' Star Destinee LaShaee Dies At Age 30

Destinee LaShaee, who was the first transgender star to appear on the TLC show My 600-Lb. Life, has died at the age of 30. Her official cause of death has not been announced. Destinee's brother, Wayne Compton, shared the news on Facebook. “No no no I’m sorry bro, I accept you for who you are, I accept every flaw that come with you, I’m sorry you felt alone, I’m sorry you felt you had nobody else to turn too,” he wrote on Tuesday. “I’m sorry you felt you had no other option Destiny wouldn’t of wanted this, lord why keep taking my siblings away, how much can I take💔💔💔.” The post featured photos of Wayne and Destinee and was published one day after the one-year anniversary of their other sibling, Destiny's, death, per People. 8 Practical Tips for Weight Loss Changing your lifestyle for the better isn’t easy. Luckily, there are many ways to make your weight loss journey less stressful. From focusing on portion sizes to making your fridge a “healthy snack” zone, here are 12 foolproof tips for shedding pounds. Destinee was open about her mental health on the show. When she first appeared on My 600-Lb. Life, she weighed almost 700 pounds. “I just lay here all day and wait for food. I don’t see any of my family and friends, unless they come to see me,” she said at the time. “I feel like all I’m constantly doing is trying to escape my depression and pain at this point. Food is the only thing I can turn to to do that. I can feel it killing me.” “I need to be able to get help, I need to be able to lose this weight or they’re going to be burying me next because I don’t think I can live until next year being this big,” she added. “At this rate, I give myself a couple months.” After her appearance on the show, Destinee lost over 500 pounds, documenting her weight loss journey on social media, per the Daily Mail. "To Everyone Who Genuinely Love And Support Me I Love You And I'm Grateful To Have Touched Millions Of Lives And Hearts Around The World," Destinee wrote on her late sibling Destiny's Facebook page. "My prayer for someone struggling in anyway is That You Keep fighting, Know Your Beautiful your Strong and You Can Do and Be Anything you want and Dream. Dreaming Is Free, Love Is Free And Most Importantly God Is Free." "Living My life with So much pain for so long I've come to Realize that God Makes no Mistakes I'm Grateful for my Journey and all I've been Through I don't Regret A Single Moment. Love you All."

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