Brielle Biermann is grateful for fans’ support after her close friend Ethan McCallister was killed in a hit-and-run earlier this month.
The “Don’t Be Tardy” star, 24, shared a collage of photos from McCallister’s funeral on Instagram Wednesday with the caption, “i am so thankful for my family and friends🖤 thank you all for the kind messages… I’ve read them all.”
She added, “while losing Ethan has been the hardest thing I’ve ever gone thru, i am finding comfort knowing how much love and support i have🖤.”
McCallister was hit by a car in Atlanta on April 3. Authorities responded to the scene around 4 a.m. and transported the 28-year-old to a nearby hospital, where he succumbed to his injuries, according to local reports.
Biermann first posted a lengthy tribute to McCallister hours after his death.
“I’m sick sick sick to my stomach,” she wrote on Instagram at the time. “You are my happiness my joy my light in this very dark world.. the life of the party and the sweetest soul I’ve been blessed to know. You are my best friend. My heart. My everything.”
She continued, “There will never be another you. Ever ever ever. You came into this world with 1 mission… make people smile. You were damn good at it too. There was never a moment i wasn’t laughing with you!! We haven’t spent a weekend apart all year!!! How am i supposed to go anywhere without you? How am i supposed to laugh, smile, GO TO MIAMI OR DRINK 1942 WITHOUT YOU!? God i love you ethan. I really really do. I can’t wait to see you again.”
Biermann’s mom, Kim Zolciak, has also been sharing updates with fans and posted a tribute to McCallister as well.
“We will miss your huge beautiful smile, constant jokes, cowboy boots and infamous shirts,” the “RHOA” alum wrote on Instagram. “You were always the life of the party!! One of the most genuine kind hearted people I have ever known ❤️ Always willing to help anyone anywhere. We love you Ethan and I will make sure justice is served.”
Zolciak, 42, and her husband, Kroy Biermann, attended McCallister’s funeral with Brielle.
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