TikTok star Tanya Pardazi was mourned at a funeral and on social media this week following her death from a skydiving mishap. The 21-year-old Canadian influencer, who studied philosophy at the University of Toronto, died from injuries sustained in a skydiving jump, during which her parachute deployed too late.
Her childhood friend Melody Ozgoli said she was an “adventurous” person who loved to try new things. She was a member of the University of Toronto Scarborough cheerleading team and had over 95,000 followers on TikTok.
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The family and friends of Tanya Pardazi have been left to mourn her tragic death after she was killed in a skydiving accident earlier this month. The 21-year-old TikToker, who was also a former Miss Canada beauty queen, was remembered as an adventurous and spirited girl.
She was a social media influencer with more than 95,000 followers on the app under her TikTok handle @philosatea, where she frequently posted about philosphy and thought experiments. She had previously reached the semi-finals of the Miss Canada pageant and was a cheerleader for her university’s campus.
She died on her first solo jump with a skydiving company, Skydive Toronto, on August 27, according to reports. The operator said in a statement that Pardazi — who was a “recent addition” to the skydiving community — released a quickly rotating main parachute at a low altitude without the time/altitude required for the reserve parachute to inflate.
Canadian TikTok star Tanya Pardazi was a former Miss Teen Canada semifinalist in 2017. She was known for her adventurous lifestyle and self-confidence.
In a sad turn of events, she died last weekend from an accident that occurred during her first solo skydiving jump in Ontario. Her death came after her main parachute failed to open in time.
The 21-year-old, who was a philosophy student at the University of Toronto, was taking skydiving lessons when her jump ended in tragedy. Friends told CTV News Toronto that she released her main parachute at a low altitude and it didn’t inflate on time.
She died while completing her first solo dive with Skydive Toronto. The company said in a statement that they were “profoundly affected” by her death and the manner in which she died.
Friends, family and fans are mourning the death of 21-year-old Canadian TikTok influencer Tanya Pardazi this week following her tragic skydiving accident. She died last weekend in an incident that took place at Skydive Toronto, the facility where she had taken her first solo jump.
Her TikTok account had more than 100,000 followers and she was known for uploading videos about philosophy, science and her daily life. She also reached the semi-finals of the Miss Canada contest in 2017.
As a result, many people are sending her tributes on social media and sharing memories of her. Her friend Melody Ozgoli recalled that she always sought new adventures.
She never found life to be boring and was always looking for something novel and daring, she told CTV News Toronto. She was a very loyal friend and she would always be there for everyone. She also said that she always tried her best to live life to the fullest and she appreciated every moment of her life.
The TikTok social media star Tanya Pardazi – a 21-year-old student of philosophy at the University of Toronto who was also a former Miss Teen Canada semi-finalist – died in a skydiving accident last weekend. She was one of at least four Canadians to die in the sport this summer, and her passing prompted a flurry of mourning on social media and a funeral service in Richmond Hill, Ontario.
The aforementioned eulogy was delivered by a guest, who said that Pardazi was a “friend for hard times.” She was also a gift to the world. Her TikTok accounts were a hive of activity, and she wowed her fans with videos of her skydiving and Tetris-inspired mind games. She was a fan of all things science and philosophy, and she mastered the art of thought experimentation – she even dabbled in the dark arts. She reportedly had around 95,000 followers on the popular social media platform, which she aptly dubbed ‘TikTok’.