Meechy Monroe dead: YouTube star famed for natural hair tutorials dies at 32

Meechy Monroe dead: YouTube star famed for natural hair tutorials dies at 32A YouTuber who rose to fame for urging black women to embrace their natural hair has died at the age of just 32. Meechy Monroe died of brain cancer at a nursing home in Westmont in Illinois on 27 June. Monroe turned her attentions to her locks in 2009 after becoming despondent with marketing jobs and enduring a bad haircut which prompted her to ditch the mane she had been subjecting to perming chemicals from the age of 16.


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