WWE Superstar Chyna Posted Rambling YouTube Message to Fans Just 3 Days Before Death (Video)

The 45-year-old wrestling legend’s body was discovered in her California apartment on Wednesday

WWE Superstar Chyna, who was found dead in her apartment on Wednesday, uploaded a 13-minute video to YouTube on Sunday in which she spoke to her fans.

“I hope you have a beautiful day,” she said. “Wake up, wake up, wake up. Or sleep in. Or stay in bed all damn day today. It’s Sunday, right? Love you all, peace.”

In the video, Chyna, who appears extremely sleepy, also gives fans health tips while downing a bottle of juice and making a smoothie.

In the strange footage, she can be seen walking around her beach-side home talking to herself, wearing headphones and feathers in her hair and speaking in a slurred voice. “So passive aggressive,” Chyna said, while peering into her fridge. “I’m like just rude lately. But doing good. I’m having fun because I feel like I can express myself.”

The 45-year-old wrestling legend was found dead in her home in Redondo Beach, California, on Wednesday, her manager Anthony Anzaldo confirmed to TheWrap. The cause of death has not yet been determined.

“She was found peacefully in her home,” he said, but could give no further details. A call to the Redondo Police Department on Thursday provided no additional details on her cause or time of death.

Chyna, whose real name was Joanie Laurer, was a one-time WWF Women’s Champion and also a two-time WWF Intercontinental Champion (the only female performer to do so) and was the first woman to compete in the Royal Rumble and King of the Ring events, along with becoming a number one contender for the WWF Championship.

Aside from her prestigious wrestling career, Chyna has appeared in Playboy twice, and was a cast member on VH1’s “The Surreal Life,” “The Surreal Life: Fame Games” and “Celebrity Rehab,” with Dr. Drew (in 2008). She has also starred in a number of porn films and is a two-time AVN Award winner.

Watch her final video above.