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Popular YouTuber Twomad found dead by police at 23

Sam Cawley

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Popular YouTuber Twomad found dead by police at 23

Featured Image Credit: @twomad-Twitter/Twomad-Twitch

Muudea Sedik, also known as the YouTuber Twomad, has been reportedly found dead by police at 23, following what’s believed to be a drug overdose.

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The content creator’s death is currently under investigation, as he was reportedly found unresponsive in his Los Angeles home on Tuesday 13 February, which comes after his disappearance from social media several days prior. It’s said he was unresponsive by the time the police arrived. It’s believed drugs were involved in his death as it’s reported the home was decorated with drug paraphernalia.

Twomad began his YouTube career in 2016 where he posted gameplay videos of Overwatch and Fortnite. He’d also post the occasional skit video. Eventually the content creator branched out to Twitch streaming where his internet fame really took off. One of his popular series of videos was invading online Zoom calls during the COVID-19 pandemic. Over the years he’s also collaborated with a long list of other YouTubers, streamers and even the controversial Onlyfans model Belle Delphine.

Twomad is also credited with the famous “goodnight girl, I’ll see you tomorrow” meme, a video where he appears shirtless and says goodnight to an imaginary woman before promptly falling over.

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That being said his career talk a tumble of its own when he was accused of sexual harassment and pedophilia. While nothing has been proven at the time of writing it quickly led to Twomad being alienated in online circles, as well as losing a hefty chunk of his fanbase.

Furthermore the news of his death had led to a mixed back of responses online. Diehard fans are, as you’d imagine, heartbroken to hear of his passing and even those who aren’t fans are calling such a young death a tragedy. There are others who were not fans of his content and Twomad himself who are now making online jokes at the creator’s expense.

Topics: Real Life, Youtube, Twitch

Sam Cawley
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