On July 6th of this year, we learned about the sudden death of 20-year-old Disney Channel star, Cameron Boyce.
Cameron passed away after complications with epilepsy — a condition most people weren't aware Cameron even had.
He also appeared in Descendants and Grown Ups, alongside Adam Sandler.
Peyton List, who also appeared on Jessie with Cameron, wrote this touching letter, ending it with, "My kids will hear about you with every lesson and your legacy will live on. Too much talent and love to go so soon."
Zendaya starred in Shake It Up, another Disney show on which Cameron made a cameo.
His tweet read, "I'm overwhelmed with the love and support our family has received. It really doe help to ease the pain of this nightmare I can't wake up from. I can't thank you guys enough."
Most of them throwbacks photos from their time on set.
It's clear that sharing these memories with her fans, is Skai's way of dealing with the sudden loss of her good friend.
She was also supporting the Cameron Boyce Foundation, which "provides young people creative outlets to help change the world, honoring Cameron’s legacy by supporting the causes important to him," according to the website.
Some felt that she was using her friend's death for "likes" and "attention".
She's been defending her actions, and rightfully so.
She went onto the girl's page and commented "Close your mouth" on a picture where she had her mouth open.
When she was just fourteen, she ended up in an Internet feud with rapper Azaelia Banks, after tweeting that the rapper should "simmer down a little" after starting a fight with musician Zayn Malik.
The meme she's referencing is, of course, this one that might be familiar to you if you were on Twitter in 2014.
People need to remember that Skai's generation was raised on the Internet, so if you come for her on her home terf, she's probably going to win.
What do you think about Skai's tributes to Cameron?