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TikTok star Randy Gonzalez dies at 35 from stage 4 colon most cancers


star Randy Gonzalez dies at 35 from stage 4 colon most cancers… 9 months after revealing analysis

  • His dying comes after a hard-fought battle with with stage 4 colon most cancers, which he revealed to his greater than 15.4 million TikTok followers in April 
  • He was given solely two or three years to dwell in 2021, however instructed chemotherapy may lengthen his life by a further 5 years
  • The daddy-of-three rose to web fame creating hilarious movies along with his six-year-old son, Brice, who stars on NBC‘s Lopez Vs. Lopez as Probability

Randy Gonzalez, the daddy of standard TikTok stars Enkyboys, tragically handed away on the age of 35, in hospice, on Wednesday morning. 

His dying comes after a hard-fought battle with with stage 4 colon most cancers, which he revealed to his greater than 15.4 million TikTok followers in April, six months after his analysis. 

On the time, the father-of-three instructed followers that he was given two to a few years to dwell, and suggested that present process chemotherapy may lengthen his life by a further 5 years.

Relaxation in peace: Randy Gonzalez, the daddy of standard TikTok stars Enkyboys, tragically handed away on the age of 35, in hospice, on Wednesday morning

In early December, he instructed his TikTok followers in his second to final video that issues have been ‘doing good besides that his present chemotherapy was ‘not working.’

‘I do really feel good,’ he instructed viewers whereas standing subsequent to his spouse and their six-year-old son, Brice. ‘I am simply comfortable we’re again in Texas with the household.’

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Within the footage, he admitted that they have not been posting as a result of he was feeling ‘sick on a regular basis.’ 

Doting dad: His death comes after a hard-fought battle with with stage 4 colon cancer, which he revealed to his more than 15.4 million TikTok followers in April, six months after his diagnosis

Doting dad: His dying comes after a hard-fought battle with with stage 4 colon most cancers, which he revealed to his greater than 15.4 million TikTok followers in April, six months after his analysis

Following his analysis, Gonzalez wrote on social that he was attempting to stay ‘robust for the household’ and used his platform to unfold consciousness of colon most cancers.

Regardless of trying to remain constructive by way of the tragedy, he mentioned, at instances, it felt like he and his household have been ‘going by way of the motions’ and simply attempting to get by way of his most cancers analysis ‘daily.’

In different movies, he mentioned after docs gave  him ‘5 years to dwell’ he ‘nonetheless appears up for higher days.’ 

Optimistic: In other videos, he said after doctors gave him 'five years to live' he 'still looks up for better days'

Optimistic: In different movies, he mentioned after docs gave him ‘5 years to dwell’ he ‘nonetheless appears up for higher days’

In November, Gonzalez mentioned going by way of remedy had been ‘horrible’ and he ‘barely began shifting once more.’

‘Most cancers sucks. It sucks the life out of you and makes you are feeling like you don’t have anything to dwell for however in actuality, you do…You must be robust to combat most cancers and beat it,’ he mentioned.

The influencer continued: ‘I wish to be an affidavit of this in one other 12 months or so once I’m nonetheless alive.’  

After studying his insurance coverage for chemotherapy wasn’t accepted at College of Texas MD Anderson Most cancers Middle in Houston, his followers stepped in to boost $212,000 in donations to cowl his remedy by way of GoFundMe

Gonzalez was extraordinarily supportive of his son touchdown a task on NBC‘s Lopez Vs. Lopez as Probability, which premiered on November 4.

Randy and son rose to fame creating hilarious lip-syncing content material on TikTok, and even appeared on an episode of Good Morning America collectively in 2019.

He’s survived by his spouse, Kimberly Gonzalez, son Brice in addition to daughters Lauran and Aubree. 

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