The Internet Is Mourning Over The Death Of Indian Grandpa Youtuber With 6 Mil Subscribers
Harin - Oct 31, 2019
On October 30, the Internet is mourning over the death of their favorite Indian grandpa Youtuber, Narayana Reddy who passed away at the age of 73.
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On October 30, with the news of everyone’s favorite Indian grandpa Youtuber, Narayana Reddy, passing away, the Internet is mourning.
On the same day, on Grandpa Kitchen YouTube channel, a video was uploaded which confirmed that Reddy had left the world on October 27 at the age of 73.
Reddy, who was affectionately called Grandpa by his followers, was known for his generous heart by cooking huge meals for orphans.
The channel was started two years ago. Until now, it has had over six million subscribers. Reddy was known for his catchphrase to start his videos, “Loving, caring, sharing, this is my family.” Fans also loved how Reddy said “mix well,” which also soon became iconic.
A few weeks before he passed away, his fans noticed that Reddy had stopped participating in the regular videos of the channel.
Shrikant Reddy, his son, who often helps him in his video, explained to the followers that Grandpa just needed a break and would make his return soon.
However, fans noticed that in a recent live stream, the elderly YouTuber had been looking tired and unwell. And that was the last time his fans could see him before his passing.
Besides cooking huge feasts for the orphans, Grandpa Kitchen also gave them basic necessities such as food, school supplies, clothing, and birthday gifts.
It remains unclear whether the channel will keep on running or not but since September after Grandpa stopped appearing on the channel’s videos, his team has taken over.
It is certain that Grandpa Kitchen, with his generosity, has touched people’s hearts. And he’ll surely be missed.