Mama Cax, activist, model and cancer survivor, died at age 30 earlier this week. On his Instagram account on Friday, his family announced the news that he had died after spending a week in the hospital. He died on December 16 and claims a report on page six.
In the past, Mom described her important health problems, including "severe abdominal pain," in addition to blood clots in the abdomen, thigh and leg. He first began experiencing symptoms while in London, England, for a photo shoot.
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According to multiple reports, Mama Cax, of Haitian-American descent, was diagnosed with lung and bone cancer when she was only 14 years old. After his diagnosis, he had to replace a hip, but the treatment was unsuccessful, so his right leg was removed out of necessity.
Although he had a physical impairment, Cax's career never decreased. After finding work in a wet beauty campaign & # 39; n & # 39; Wild two years ago, he began his association with Jag Models and began working with other brands such as Olay and Becca Cosmetics.
Cax fans know that she was an advocate for inclusion in the fashion industry and was even chosen for Rihanna's Savage X Fenty fashion show in September this year. When it was revealed that Cax had died, Rihanna was one of the first to express her pain.
In addition, stars like Jameela Jamil, Nina Agdal and Iskra Lawrence yelled at the model after her tragic death. Glamor also expressed condolences to Mama Cax on her Twitter page, describing it as a "crusade for visibility and change in the fashion industry."
In her Twitter post, Glamor was linked to an article in which Cax explained her modeling philosophy, which for her was referring to self-esteem. Mom said in the interview that it was about opening doors and making sure they stayed open for others like her.