Twitter campaign launched in memory of Jasmine Elkasmi

Friends of Jasmine Elkasmi have launched a campaign to get popstar Nicki Minaj to tweet in her memory
Friends of Jasmine Elkasmi have launched a campaign to get popstar Nicki Minaj to tweet in her memory
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Family and friends of Jasmine Elkasmi, who died in an a car accident in Halnaker, have launched a campaign in her memory.

Jasmine’s friends are taking to Twitter to get popstar Nicki Minaj to tweet Jasmine.

The 16-year-old, who lived in Bognor Regis, was a big fan of the star.

Hundreds of tweets with the hash tag #NickiTweetJazz have already been sent in the hope that the American singer will reply.

Jasmine was studying hair and beauty at Chichester College and had studied at The Regis School in Bognor before starting college.

Chichester college has said it will be offering counselling to anyone affected by Jasmine’s death.

Three other people in the car, including two girls and a 17-year-old boy, remain in the Royal Sussex County Hospital.

The accident happened on the A285 on Saturday morning.

Friends and family are planning to pay tribute Jasmine on Bognor Pier this evening.

If you would like to leave a tribute to Jasmine, you can email the Observer at news@chiobserver.co.uk or post on the Chichester Observer facebook page.