‘Where We Bout To Eat At’ Kid’s Family Will Honor Him With a Restaurant

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Antwain Fowler’s, known for the viral video in which he asks “where we bout to eat at,” family will honor him with a restaurant.

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It comes after he passed away on November 21.

Since the news broke, tributes for the 6-year-old have been pouring in.

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Antwain was best known as for his appearance in the viral video where he asks “where we about to eat at.”

He was also known for other saying such as “you got cheese like me.”

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The tragic news of his passing was confirmed on his Instagram account on Sunday.

A post on his account read: “The pain in my heart is like no other Why God!!!” with a caption stating: “Never in a million years My heart is out my chest!!!!”

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Antwain had been in and out of hospital for the bulk of his short life.

For most of his life, Antwain was battling an illness called autoimmune enteropathy, which inhibits the body’s ability to absorb nutrition, TMZ reports.

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The outlet reports that Antwain’s mom knew something was wrong when she heard his ventilator alarm sounding.

Usually, Antwain would have alerted his family to tell them when he’s experiencing pain or had trouble breathing, but this time he did not.

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Police and an ambulance are said to have responded and attempted to resuscitate him.

He was then taken to hospital where doctors tried to keep him alive, but, sadly, he died a short while later.

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The loss of a child is something that a parent will never move on from.

But Antwain’s mom, Christina Burns, does have an idea to honor her son…

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  via Facebook  

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  via Facebook  

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  via Facebook  

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Christina told TMZ that she plans to open a restaurant opened in her son’s honor.

She explained that the GoFundMe page that was created in back March while Antwain was in hospital has now raised $72,000, with $22,000 of that being donated since Antwains passing.

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So, with the money that has been donated, she will use $50,000 to pay off some of Antwain’s hospital expenses.

And the $22,000 raised since his passing will be put towards kickstarting the restaurant.

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Christina told the outlet that the restaurant’s menu will be versaile and created by herself.

It will offer seafood, chicken, and all sorts of other food meaning there will be something for everyone.

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The menu will also include many of Antwain’s famous catchphrases such as “You Have Cheese Like Me” mozzarella sticks.

Our thoughts are with his family and friends at this difficult time.

Rest in peace, Antwain Fowler.

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