Antwain Fowler, whose demanding ‘Where we bout to eat at?’ video went viral, dies age 6


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Antwain Fowler, the little boy whose videotaped plea-demand combination 'Where we bout to eat at?' became a viral YouTube sensation, has died at age 6. Photo: Antwain Fowler/Instagram

Antwain Fowler, the little boy whose videotaped plea-demand combination “Where we bout to eat at?” became a viral YouTube sensation, has died at age 6.

A cause of death was not given, but he suffered from a rare immune disorder that prevented his body from absorbing nutrients.

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