To the well-organized mind, death is but the next great feat but sometimes it is hard to believe in the loss of our favorite one life and in the fact to never see their face or hear their voice again. Life is so harsh but nobody has control over this and with a sad and heavy heart we are sharing the demised news of influencer and nurse Ebi Eats is no more between us. Social media is flooded with condolences and tributes messages after hearing the passing news of healthcare influencer Ebi Eats. He lost his life after a great battle with leukemia.
Ebi Eats Death Cause
On social media, his admirers wrote several condolences messages, and one of these a person wrote on his Twitter handle that “I can not believe Ebi Eats is no more between us and we really lost @nurselifern @ebi_eats. Now the nursing community would not be as amusing sans you.”
Another person wrote, “Ebi from @ebi_eats and @nurselifern has demised today, you always be in our hearts and thoughts and thank you for all the encouragement and laughs, you will be loved and missed forever.”
Ebi Nurse Life Rn Passed Away
One more condolences message read, “Rest In Peace @ebi_eats. You gave nurses from everywhere a group to not only find banter in our nursing profession but a good platform to deliberate and discuss several topics in the healthcare system. Today we lost a good and kind person.”
Most of you know about Ebi but those who don’t know must be wondering who was Ebi Eats and why people are in great sadness after hearing his death news.
Who was Ebi Eats?
Ebi Eats whose original name was Ebiowei Porbeni but popular with his online name NurselifeRN. Ebi Eats was a famous social media influencer who was from the healthcare industry. He was a young nurse who was basically a native of Nigeria but later migrated to Chicago at the age of 9. He completed his studies at Malone University and later on, he became an ICU nurse at the California University in Los Angeles.
Talking about Ebi Eats’s followers on his Instagram Profile has around 1.2 million followers. In his social media account, he used to share or post funny memes and entertaining stories which were related to his healthcare working life. On his personal account, he also has 172,000 followers, though after his death both the profiles have been sent to private.
Ebi also had a podcast and the title of his podcast was “Nurse Speak” in which he used to share about the problems and ups and downs he faced while serving his duty as a nurse. In the year 2019, he was diagnosed with Leukemia.