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‘Waffler69,’ Viral TikTok Star Known For His Awesome Food Challenges, Dies

Reason of death would have been cardiac arrest

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Taylor Brice LeJeune, better known as “Waffler69”considered a TikTok star, died of a suspected heart attack.

The death of this character acquaintance occurred on January 11, around 10 at night, according to relatives.

“This is still pretty new. I don’t know what’s going to happen in the near future with any of that, but I thought I should go into TikTok and let everyone know,” said his brother Clayton Claydorm.

“He was rushed to the hospital and I mean an hour and Half after he passed away.” said Clayton, who asked Taylor’s fans to keep watching her videos, because “she loved to make people happy.”

Clayton said his brother was experiencing discomfort Wednesday and called an ambulance that took him to the hospital from their home in Louisiana. Problems heart attacks run in the family, he said.

Clayton also shared a GoFundMe on her Instagram story that she was raising money for her mother to help cover Taylor’s funeral and medical expenses. She had raised more than $11,000 as of early Friday.

“If he has touched your heart in any way, my family and I would appreciate it,” he says.

Tiktoker fame

LeJeune was known for being a food critic and creator of content in the aforementioned social network.

He rose to fame for his films in which he cooked and tasted unusual foods, some of which had already expired. she was 33 years old at the time of his death.

“Has been making youtube for as long as I can remember, and thanks to him, I also wanted to be popular on the Internet,” added his brother.

Clayton added that one of his memories “more affectionate” from her brother was when she uploaded a video of them going to the zoo over a decade ago.

The video, uploaded on August 10, 2006, shows a young Taylor, his brother and his mother going to the zoo while Taylor sings on the radio.

Fans mourned Waffler’s death after the news was announced.

“Your spirit and energy they were incomparable and we will miss you so much,” wrote a fan on his most recent TikTok.

“I will miss you big guy!” said another. “Seriously, you were one of the good guys.”

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