Gacha Talks Passes Away: Fans Pay Tribute To Youtuber
The sudden disappearance of Gacha Talks, also known as Richard Swigert, has left his fans in shock. Fans found out about this after a friend of Richard’s organized a GoFundMe campaign.
What happened to Gacha Talks?
Richard tested positive for COVID-19, for which he was admitted to hospital in September 2021. Details were released due to the GoFundMe campaign that he has various complications due to the virus and has therefore passed away. this Monday.
Charles Naranjo is a friend of Richerd’s and an organizer of the GoFundMe campaign. He said, “The Lord has given me the hardest news I have ever had to share in my life. My best friend passed away this afternoon.
Richard “became seriously ill and was having trouble breathing,” for which he had to be admitted to hospital. According to the campaign’s description of him, Richard’s lungs were also “damaged.” He had a blood infection and what made the situation worse was that he got Pneumonia in both lungs.
The GoFundMe description explained that due to his serious condition, he had been on a ventilator and placed in an ICU. In addition, Charles also said that doctors tried to “turn the oxygen off the machine to see how well his lungs work on their own.”
After the unfortunate demise of Gacha Talks, many people reached out to make donations. According to the fundraiser, an amount of $16,000 has been raised.
Fans pay tribute
After hearing this news, fans of the late Youtuber took to Twitter to pay tribute. Richerd created his channel in 2020 and in a very short time it became very popular. He used to make videos about Dokkan battle and other Gacha games.
One disheartened fan wrote, “I love you and will miss you so much @Gacha_talks. You made my days and nights so joyful. We lost you too soon.
Another fan tweeted: “Rest in peace for @Gacha_talks and I send my condolences to his family as a member of the Gacha community for seeing someone spread joy and fun within Gacha games instead of hating seeing someone die of covid after being announced that they are better is sad easy break.”
Richard has definitely gotten too loud. Everyone loved his work and followed it enthusiastically. His fan used to wait a long time to see his videos. He had a brilliant career waiting for him. We have lost a very talented person. In the GoFundMe description, we learned that his nurse said that he will no longer have COVID, but we don’t know at the time of his death, he tested negative for COVID or not!