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YouTuber Technoblade (23) died – father reads his last words

2022-07-02T06:15:59.552Z

YouTuber Technoblade (23) died – father reads his last words Created: 07/02/2022 07:53 By: Janik Boeck One of the greatest Minecraft Youtubers Technoblade passed away at the age of just 23. His father now reads his last words in an emotional video. Hamburg – On July 1st, many fans woke up to tragic news. One of the greatest YouTubers and streamers for Minceraft passed away on June 30, 2022 at



YouTuber Technoblade (23) died – father reads his last words

Created: 07/02/2022 07:53

By: Janik Boeck

One of the greatest Minecraft Youtubers Technoblade passed away at the age of just 23.

His father now reads his last words in an emotional video.

Hamburg – On July 1st, many fans woke up to tragic news.

One of the greatest YouTubers and streamers for Minceraft passed away on June 30, 2022 at the age of just 23.

An emotional video was released on his YouTube channel shortly afterwards, in which his father reads the American's last words and has a message for the fans.

Full name

Alexander (surname unknown)

Known as

technoblade

birthday

June 1, 1999

Date of death

June 30, 2022

Subscribers on YouTube

10.9 million (as of July 1, 2022)

Minecraft YouTuber Technoblade is dead – cancer too difficult

Who died?

The Minecraft YouTuber is Alexander "Technoblade", whose full real name is a secret.

The 23-year-old American died on June 30, 2022 as a result of cancer.

The Minceraft YouTuber publicly announced about a year ago that he had been diagnosed with cancer.

He went to the doctor with pain in his arm, who then discovered a tumor.

Technoblade died of cancer at the age of 23 © YouTube: Technoblade

Health

Ups and Downs: Technoblade's channel has been quiet for the past 12 months due to treatment.

In December, he reported in a video that he almost had his arm amputated.

Instead, several bones and over 99% of the tumor were removed in an operation.

Tragically, that wasn't enough.

On June 30, Technoblade's channel released a video titled "

so long nerds

", which translates to " see you

later, nerds

".

Technoblade isn't the only star to have passed away this year.

Ray Liotta was recently announced dead.

Technoblade is dead – father reads final message in emotional video

What is said in the last message?

In the video on Technoblade's channel, his father reads a final message from the Mindecraft YouTuber to his fans.

The 23-year-old had apparently long planned to make one last video as soon as he felt a little better.

Apparently he had waited too long.

In the video, Technoblade's father explains that he encouraged him to write the lines of the letter: "

You have done so much for so many people, millions of people.

And if you want now, you can rest.

But if you want to write one last video and you're waiting for it to get a little better then I would say don't wait.

I don't think it gets any better now.

"

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Technoblade wrote a few paragraphs on his father's laptop.

According to Technoblade's father, he died about eight hours later after his family said goodbye to him.

See the full message here:

Who was Technoblade?

Technoblade was one of the biggest influencers in Minecraft with almost eleven million subscribers on YouTube.

The 23-year-old never ceases to wow fans with his creative videos and unwavering sense of humor.

Accordingly, they are shocked by the death of their idol.

Under the video and also on Twitter, comments mourn the untimely death.

But at least his fans know: "

If I had a hundred more lives, I think I would choose to be Technoblade all over again."

"

Source: merkur

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