Hours before she was shot and killed in her home, 33-year-old Makeva Jenkins, of Lake Worth, Florida, wrote on her Facebook page to proudly announce she had gone from being homeless to achieving success and six-figure earnings in only a few short years. Jenkins made the post late on Wednesday evening and was shot to death shortly after 2 a.m. on Thursday morning.

Makeva Jenkins was proud of her success and wanted to help others

As reported by Crime Online, Jenkins had made the post on her Facebook page to let her followers know she was “in awe” at how far she had come in only a few years.

She also took the time to encourage others to achieve similar success. In her post, Jenkins said her family had overcome homelessness back in 2013 and 2014 and had gone on to attain six-figure earnings in 2015, adding that she was now making multiple six-figure earnings.

Jenkins explained that a woman, who had been a Facebook friend for years, had reached out to help her with her business plan. Jenkins continued by saying that whatever the road looked like, she followed her heart and stuck with her business, adding that anyone can do the same if they have the determination.

Home invasion and shooting at Florida woman’s residence

It was shortly after making the Facebook post that a man wearing a mask knocked on her front door in Plumbago Place.

According to the Sheriff’s Office, the man entered the home and an altercation began, ending in Jenkins being fatally shot by the intruder. The man then fled the scene in a vehicle belonging to the family, which he ditched nearby. Jenkins was immediately rushed to a nearby hospital where she passed away shortly after arrival.

A ‘very loving person’ who was dedicated to her family

Patricia Clarke, the assistant coach of Jenkins’ daughters’ basketball team said Jenkins had two daughters, aged one and 13 and a seven-year-old son. Clarke described Jenkins as a “very loving person, who loved her husband, Euri Jenkins, and her family.

She added that Jenkins was also dedicated to the work she did and to helping others succeed.

Facebook page talks about helping small businesses and entrepreneurs

According to Jenkins’ Facebook page, she ran a business consulting company, which assisted small businesses and entrepreneurs with their marketing strategies and business plans. A relative, who did not wish to be named, told the Palm Beach Post that her work revolved around helping others to succeed in business. The relative added that everyone loved Jenkins.

There are several personal posts made on JenkinsFacebook page, including one showing her bank account. Relatives of Jenkins believe these personal posts may have led to the home invasion and her death. No suspect has yet been arrested in the shooting.