Cameron Dallas Helped A Fan Achieve Her One Wish After She Tragically Died
29 September 2017, 10:07 | Updated: 6 November 2017, 09:43
16-year-old Tristen Robinson was an avid Cameron Dallas fan who hoped to one day meet her idol. But unfortunately she was tragically killed in a car accident before she ever got the chance. In the lead up to her funeral, Tristen's friend Macy Lee decided to help her friend achieve her dream posthumously.
"You were always there to give her a laugh when she needed it most," her friend tweeted out to Cameron on September 24th, before asking if he would send a video message to be played at her funeral. It had been her "one wish" to meet the YouTuber.
The message was retweeted hundreds of times, until finally it got to Cameron Dallas himself
While he wasn't able to send a video message, Cameron sent a beautiful bouquet of flowers for Tristen's funeral, helping Tristen achieve her one wish as best she could. "We're very thankful, Cameron Dallas. She'd be eating up the fact that she's got flowers from her "husband"," Macy tweeted.
While the flowers are a lovely gesture, we can't help but think the message on the card - "thank you for the support" - is a little off key for a funeral. But if they're happy, we're happy.
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