Taylor (@Wafffler69), a popular TikTok user renowned for posting videos of himself eating odd foods and snacks, passed away on January 11, 2023, at the age of 33.
His brother Clayton verified the sad news and said he passed away from a “presumed heart attack.”
The food influencer had 1.7 million followers and over 32.8 million likes on all his posts.
His movies provided entertaining and in-the-moment comments on the flavor of many unusual meals and dishes, serving as a kind of review for anyone curious to try them.
He frequently contrasted the same foods from various fast-food joints.
On January 12, 2023, Clayton, known by the handle @claydorm, used the video-sharing website to break the heartbreaking news of his brother’s passing.
What Clayton Claimed?
Clayton reportedly claimed that he passed away late on Wednesday night after a “presumed heart attack,” according to the source.
In response to some discomfort, Taylor phoned his mother from his residence in Louisiana, according to Claydorm.
He then requested an ambulance to transport him to the hospital, but he passed away. He said that both his father and grandpa had inherited cardiac conditions.
Online users extended sympathies to Waffler69’s family and homage to him.
They claimed he was stolen from them too soon and emphasized how wholesome he appeared in all his posts because he always smiled.
Many praised him as a sincere person who made everyone’s life better.
Some remembered Taylor’s transformation from a modest TikToker to a well-known gourmand.
Others requested that health and fitness stations refrain from mocking him or making derogatory movies about him.
His movies frequently featured him eating food while watching a VHS tape, DVD, or even a book, which gave them a vintage vibe.
Later, he began to offer Waffler products at Camero, where he also introduced his Waffler seasoning line.