Damon Weaver died of natural causes on May 1, 2021.

Although the cause of his death is not yet public, his sister, Candace Hardy, says that he had been home ill for a few days.

He was reportedly doing virtual classes from home and interviewed former US president Barack Obama when he was 11 years old.

His family has been devastated since his passing, but his mother believes that his illness was natural.

He studied at Albany State University in Georgia, where he also attended high school.

He was a talented interviewer, and even interviewed celebrities such as former President Barack Obama.

In 2009, he was just eleven years old. The coronavirus pandemic prevented him from enrolling at the college, but he resumed classes in the fall.

He was interested in journalism since he was a child, and he wanted to work in the media in some way.

His mother and father had urged him to do so, and his parents had encouraged him to follow his dreams.

According to Weaver’s sister, he died of “natural causes” due to a heart attack, stroke, and diabetes.

He was only 23 years old when he died, and his mother and sister are devastated by the loss of their beloved son.

His parents have written tributes for him, and his younger sister, Candice Hardy, has stated that he inspired many people to be great.

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