Should I Confess To Her Before Kik Dies?

So it's been three years since I've graduated high school. Way back in sophomore year of high school, I met this girl in my history class and we bonded instantly. We were complete opposite, with her being artsy and liberal while I was industrial and raised conservative. We were both Latino with immigrant parents, and had very similar experineces but took completely different lessons from them. We talked everyday, even to the detriment of our schedules - and discussed things from culture to why we exist. We started going hiking, and she convinced me to be her photographer while she tried nude modeling. We were supposedly platonic, but we were becoming less and less so - even while she had about three bofriends in the time I knew her. I always felt she was asking me to take her, but I never acted on it.

By senior year, our schedules completely separated us. I checked on her before graduation to learn she dropped out Junior year to do art, became a camgirl, and was getting trained in cosmetology. Her last boyfriend had given her an STD and she was really embarrassed by it, but it didn't bother me at all, I was glad to have her back. We started hanging out more and more, and we even joked about living together when I moved for college. But just before I moved, she texted me saying that she was changing her life, name, number, and state, and that only a few of her closest friends could know - I didn't make the cut.

I've been missing this girl for a long time now and so when I looked her up it turns out she started over life but stayed in my hometown. I still have my kik and I think she does as well. I hear kik is dying on Oct 19th, and so I was thinking of letting her know how I feel about her, but I don't want to shatter her new reality.

The deadline is obvious, any advice?
Should I Confess To Her Before Kik Dies?
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