A reported close friend of reality star Keke Jabbar, who appeared on the OWN series Love & Marriage: Huntsville, is giving insight into what she says led to her death.

Reports surfaced on July 1 that Jabbar died at the age of 42.

As Deadline reports, YouTuber JoAnn Jenkins, who featured Jabbar on her live streams frequently, said that her death had nothing to do with drugs.

“Keke did not overdose, Keke did not take her own life,” Jenkins said on her YouTube stream. “Keke loved life. Keke was not ready to leave life. She wasn’t ready to leave her children, her husband or her family.”

According to Jenkins, Jabaar tended to fall asleep at random. She says Jabaar went out with a friend and returned home around 4 a.m. and fell asleep in her car in her garage.

“Last night, she turned her car off and she fell asleep,” Jenkins said. “Her car was not functioning [and there] was something already wrong with her car.” Jenkins noted the official information came from Jabaar’s mother.

“So, seven-something this morning, her husband goes to the garage. He sees Keke, what he thinks is asleep in the car. He tries to get her attention. He opens [the car] up. She isn’t breathing. Her husband, her life partner, her best friend tried to bring his wife back, the mother of his children, and he couldn’t … Keke passed from carbon monoxide poisoning. That’s it. That is all,” Jenkins claimed. “My sister didn’t want to leave this Earth, she didn’t want to leave her kids. She didn’t want to leave her husband,” she continued. “There was no turmoil going on in her life. She had a lot of great things to look forward to.”

Jabbar’s co-stars have paid tribute and the family is asking for prayers and privacy.