Timothy Isaiah Corridor, better-known as “Timbo the Redneck” on TikTok, has reportedly died in an automotive accident, his mom has introduced.
Some shops are reporting that the social media star was 30 years outdated — however he was 18 and graduated from highschool in Might, in keeping with his social media accounts.
Timbo — who racked up greater than 200,000 followers and a pair of.5 million likes along with his controversial Accomplice comedy movies about #LivingSouthern — allegedly died doing what he beloved most: Driving “doughnuts” in his entrance yard Saturday, when his pick-up truck — “Massive Booty Judy” — flipped and landed on prime of him.
The Jennings, Florida-native’s mom, Tessie Hires, 37, declared her son’s dying on Saturday in a now-viral video posted to his TikTok and Instagram accounts, the place the proud “Trump Practice” supporter usually posted about his dipping, fishing and truck-stunting exploits.
“He received’t be making any extra movies — no extra movies in any respect,” his grief-stricken mother stated.
“My son was in a foul accident yesterday and didn’t make it,” his mom continued. “I wanna thank all people, for all of the followers that he had. He beloved TikTok and simply believed in all of the followers, all people that supported him, it meant loads to him.”
The final listed telephone numbers for Timbo’s household had been disconnected when The Submit reached out for affirmation of his passing.
Nevertheless, Timbo’s brother-in-law, billed solely as Tony on the offical YouTube account, tearfully revealed that the web character had been performing truck tips when it fatally flipped.
“He handed away this Saturday in a truck crash along with his girlfriend, Kori [Williams], out within the entrance yard of his good friend Jay’s home,” Tony stated. “He was doing doughnuts within the entrance yard in JD’s home [when] he truck simply flipped over and he flew out the driving force’s facet window and the truck landed on prime of him. His complete physique, that truck landed on prime of him. He’s handed away.”
Timbo had just lately posted photographs and video of his prized possession on the ‘Gram.
“Dwelling life to the fullest,” Timbo’s Instagram bio learn. “Hope my vids make y’all snort.”
The “small city boy,” as Tony known as him in his video, constantly touted the “Outdated South” and #countryliving and beloved his followers very a lot.
Since his reported passing, these diehard followers hve donated virtually $10,000 for funeral prices on a now-shuttered GoFundMe fundraising marketing campaign.