Randy Gonzalez, the daddy within the common TikTok duo Enkyboys, has died aged 35, in line with stories.
Gonzalez, who alongside along with his son Brice racked up over 15.5 million TikTok followers, revealed his analysis on the platform in April 2022, six months after coming to phrases with it.
On the time, Gonzalez advised followers he was given two to a few years to stay — however famous that with the suitable remedy in addition to chemotherapy, his life may very well be prolonged by a further 5 years.
He later created a GoFundMe to assist pay for his therapies, which quickly raised over $200,000.
“This fundraiser is to assist me to pay for my remedy at MD Anderson and to convey consciousness for Colon Most cancers to all younger males who usually are not conversant in it,” he wrote on the time. “For all who could not understand it runs of their household or for individuals who could have mutated it like myself!”
Final month, the daddy of three told his followers that he was “doing good” nonetheless his chemotherapy plan on the time was “not working.”
“I do really feel good,” he stated whereas standing subsequent to his spouse and their six-year-old son, Brice. “I’m simply blissful we’re again in Texas with the household.”
In a November video, Gonzalez stated having to undergo remedy was “horrible.”
“Most cancers sucks. It sucks the life out of you and makes you’re feeling like you don’t have anything to stay for however in actuality, you do…You need to be robust to struggle most cancers and beat it,” he stated.
“I need to be a sworn statement of this in one other 12 months or so once I’m nonetheless alive.”
Brice lately landed the function of Chance on the hit NBC sitcom “Lopez vs. Lopez” starring George Lopez, which premiered in November.
“My sincerest condolences to Brice and the complete Gonzalez household,” Lopez said on Instagram. “The love and the bond Randy had for his son and his household was simple, you’ll be able to see it in each video. He shall be missed, however by no means forgotten. My coronary heart goes out to the complete household.
He’s survived by his spouse, Kimberly, son Brice, and daughters Lauran and Aubree.