Many people are surprised by Waffler 69’s passing since the food-loving TikTok celebrity looked to be doing well just a few days earlier. Unexpectedly, it was previously reported that the 33-year-old passed away after what was thought to be a heart attack.
The TikTok celebrity was well-known for his illogical selection of meals and combos, many of which nobody would have ever considered.
He was well recognized for posting daring cuisine recipes, which distinguished him as a standout social media content producer.
Popular Waffler 69 Death Cause
According to his brother Clayton Claydorm, pulmonary embolism (PE) was the cause of TikTok star Waffler 69’s death.
Clayton had already claimed that his brother had likely died of a heart attack. He eventually updated his social media accounts to say that Waffler 69 had PE and not a heart attack.
When a blood clot becomes lodged in an artery and prevents blood from getting to a portion of the lung, it causes a pulmonary embolism.
Blood clots often begin in the legs and pass through the right side of the heart to ascend into the lungs.
The demise of Clayton’s brother was announced in a post on his TikTok site.
He said that Taylor was taken to a hospital close to his home in Louisiana around 10 o’clock on Wednesday, January 11, after feeling unwell.
Sadly, one hour after arriving at the hospital, the 33-year-old (actual name Taylor LeJeune) died suddenly.
Clayton said that his father and grandparents also had inherited heart diseases, indicating that heart issues run in the family.
He also stressed that he will restart creating his material, broadcasting on Twitch, and sharing nutritious recipes rather than carrying on his brother’s legacy.
Waffler 69: Who Was He?
Taylor LeJeune, better known online as Waffler 69, was a social media content producer who was well recognized for his unusual diet.
The 33-year-old social media star was liked by fans who tuned in to see him consume an odd assortment of meals.
LeJeune was a food fanatic who enjoyed posting about his culinary discoveries on social media.
His most well-liked videos show him eating a giant fruit loop, a canned hamburger, and Batman cereal.
Clayton said he had launched a GoFundMe campaign soon after learning of his brother’s death to seek money for funeral and hospital costs.
More than $17,000 has already been donated via the campaign, and his mother will use the money to ease her grief.
Across all social media channels, Waffler 69 has a sizable following.
He was most well-known on TikTok, where he often uploaded material. As of this writing, his profile, @waffle69, has 1.9 million followers.