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Betty White’s Final Message To Her Fans Before Passing Away At 99 Revealed

Betty White had filmed a message for her fans that was supposed to be posted on her 100th birthday on January 17th, unfortunately, White never lived to see this milestone and passed away just a couple weeks shy of her 100th birthday. What a life.

However, she did film one final message for her fans, which said, “I want to thank you for all the love and support over the years… and stick around!” it isn’t a very long post at all, but one wonders if Betty had stuck around just what she was planning? Now, in the wake of her death, her final message is being shared on facebook.

Betty White’s final message to her fans

The post also went onto thank people for making Betty’s final wishes come true, so many people came forward and donated $5 to animal rescues on what would have been her 100th birthday, in a positively heartwarming response  Betty’s memory will live on doing what she most loved doing, rescuing animals.

It was said that White died of a stroke on literally the last day of 2021, but we like to think that this random facebook post said it best when they said:

Betty White didn’t die. She grabbed 2021 by the throat and whispered, “I’m taking you with me!” and then she threw them both into the fires of Mordor to save us all.”

Okay perhaps that didn’t actually happen but that’s a really epic way to memorialize someone, and honestly, if you’ve ever seen any of Betty White’s comedy bits, it’s a tribute totally befitting of our silver-haired heroine.

(This is the same woman who got tackled in a superbowl commercial just a few years ago.) So one could totally imagine her hiking up Mt. Doom in order to save the world from the year that was 2021. Another pet theory is that the Grim Reaper was going to lose his job if he didn’t take her and Betty felt bad so she went willingly.

But my own theory is that the Afterlife was doing a live-action remake of the Golden Girls and needed the last remaining cast member because they were all tired of watching reruns. Seriously, though, the world will never have another like our Betty. We’re glad that she lived long enough to give us a goodbye message.

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