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RuPaul has broken his silence about the death of RuPaul's Drag Race star Chi Chi DeVayne who passed away from pneumonia at age 34.

"I am heartbroken to learn of the passing of Chi Chi DeVayne," RuPaul tweeted on the reality show's account on Thursday, August 20.

"I am so grateful that we got to experience her kind and beautiful soul. She will be dearly missed but never forgotten. May her generous and loving spirit shine down on us all. On behalf of VH1, World of Wonder and the cast and crew of RuPaul’s Drag Race, I extend my deepest sympathy — from our family to hers."

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Chi Chi, born Zavion Davenport, appeared on RuPaul's Drag Race during season 8 in 2016. He returned for RuPaul's Drag Race All Stars in 2018.

In an Instagram post in September 2018, the Shreveport, La. native announced he was diagnosed with scleroderma, an autoimmune disease that causes hardening of the skin and internal organs.

"Lots of people don't know but I was Recently diagnosed with scleroderma," DeVayne wrote.

"I have been dealing with this over the past eight or nine months but was afraid to expose it to the public in fear of losing out on jobs and facing criticism from friends and fans... but i feel it's finally time to let the world know what's really going on with Chi Chi ... bottling this up has had me in a state of depression ... it has made me hate my appearance .. and also made me stray away from the public eye but I’m no longer hiding and living in a state of fear .. i just ask you all to keep me in your prayers as i battle with this life changing illness."

DeVayne was "rushed to the hospital" in July with possible kidney failure, according to a GoFundMe page created to raise money for medical expenses. DeVayne was "back in the hospital with pneumonia" earlier this month.

DeVayne's family released a statement on Instagram.com that reads:

"On behalf of the Davenport/Wyandon family it is with tremendous sorrow that my family and I announce the passing of my beloved son, Zavion Michael Davenport, the world renowned 'Chi Chi Davayne' [...] His final words to his family and friends, 'Never give up!'"

 

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Chrissy Teigen reportedly blocked over 1 million "sick psychopaths" on Twitter.com after she was accused of being a child molester.

Twitter sleuths reportedly uncovered "evidence" including a flight log that showed Chrissy and her husband, musician John Legend, were guests on Jeffrey Epstein's "Lolita Express."

The convicted pedophile committed suicide in a jail cell at a Manhattan detention center where he was awaiting trial last year.

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Chrissy deleted 60,000 tweets and blocked 1 million trolls from her social media accounts in response to the sick allegations that she had ties to the billionaire sex offender.

She thanked a journalist for helping her deal with the trolls, writing: "I have block chained over one million people, ONE MILLION people today and I am still flooded with sick psychopaths."

The former bikini model and TV personality denied she and her husband's names were ever listed on a flight log along with other celebrities and politicians who visited Epstein's private island over the years.

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The mom-of-two said the report was fabricated and she exploded when one follower accused her of trying to cover up evidence by deleting thousands of tweets.

"I actually deleted 60,000 tweets because I cannot f**king STAND you idiots anymore and I'm worried for my family. Finding me talking about (TV series) toddlers and tiaras in 2013 and thinking you're some sort of f**king operative."

She added: "everyone thinking I'm guilty because I'm defensive. You understand you are calling me a pedophile, correct?"

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Other celebrities have also deleted their Twitter accounts, including beloved drag queen RuPaul. The host of RuPaul's Drag Race deleted his Instagram posts and deactivated his Twitter account after old posts containing Confederate flags resurfaced.

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Netflix

It seems RuPaul is having no luck beyond his popular RuPaul's Drag Race show. Netflix just canceled RuPaul's 'AJ and the Queen' series, which was aimed at introducing children to the drag culture.

RuPaul announced the cancelation on Twitter.com on Friday. "End of the road for 'AJ and The Queen' @Netflix has decided to not extend our road trip across America. Thank you for all the love & support. We're so very proud of the work," he tweeted alongside a promotional image from the show.

AJ and the Queen starred RuPaul as drag queen Ruby Red who travels around the country in an RV with 11-year-old tomboy orphan AJ (played by actress Izzy Gaspersz).

RuPaul, real name RuPaul Andre Charles, created the show along with writer Michael Patrick King. Sadly, it didn’t click with audiences who are wary about the LGB and T communities targeting children.

The ten-episode series premiere in January to little fanfare and raised eyebrows.

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