Boy, 18, Tragically Dies While Recording A Tiktok Video As Stunt Goes Wrong
On 23rd August 2021
18-Year-Old Timothy loved making videos of himself fishing, huffing tobacco, and doing stunts in his beloved pickup truck ‘Big Booty Judy’. The teenager had been doing stunts with his truck when it lost control and resulted in his tragic death. ‘He won’t be making any more videos — no more videos at all. My son was in a bad accident yesterday and didn’t make it.’
Recently, a young Tiktok star has passed away in a tragic car accident while making a video to post on his account
18-year-old Timothy Isaiah Hall, who is also known as Timbo the Redneck, has tragically passed away in a car accident. According to his family, the young boy was recording a video for his social media accounts but, unfortunately, the stunt went wrong.
The teenager's videos used to gain millions of views on TikTok for his thrilling content.
In his videos, he used to post clips of himself fishing, huffing tobacco, and doing stunts in his beloved pick up truck ‘Big Booty Judy’.
Timothy just graduated from high school, according to his school friend Tony, the teenager had been doing doughnuts in ‘Big Booty Judy’ with his girlfriend when the tragic incident happened.
When the truck lost control, Timothy flung out of the car through the driver’s side window. The truck then, unfortunately, flipped and landed on him which resulted in his death.
Tony said in a YouTube video;
‘The truck landed on top of him. His whole body, that truck landed on top of him. He’s passed away.’
The teenager's mother, Tessie Hires, also took to his social media accounts to confirm his death.
'He won’t be making any more videos — no more videos at all. My son was in a bad accident yesterday and didn’t make it.’
Tessie thanked her son's fans for loving and supporting him.
‘I want to thank everybody for all the fans that he had. He loved TikTok and just believed in all the fans. Everybody that supported him, it meant a lot to him.’
According to New York Post, Timothy's family started a GoFundMe campaign which has raised more than $10,000 for his funeral costs.