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The rumors about Crainer’s death are currently trending on social media. Did the YouTuber really die? Let’s find out everything regarding the rumors in this article.
Crainer is a gaming YouTuber from Denmark. His real name is Benjamin Dryer Vestergaard and is known as Crainer in the gaming community.
Now and then, we see these rumors floating on the internet about his death. It has happened multiple times and this time also, it feels the same.
However, this time the YouTuber posted about his illness, and his followers were concerned about his health. Let’s find out if the rumors are true this time.
What Happened To Crainer? YouTuber’s Death News Is Trending
Crainer shared a tweet revealing he was dealing with Covid on December 16.
Sorry for no uploads guys, been dealing with covid ❤️ Will get back to uploading soon!
— Crainer (@Crainer) December 16, 2021
Fans were concerned about him after he shared his current health condition. At an alarming rate, the new variant of COVID-19 has been spreading all over the world. Crainer also is among many who contracted the virus.
However, the news of his death is currently trending on social media. We hope to update more information as soon as possible.
Did Crainer Die? Find Out
No, Crainer is not dead. There is no official news regarding his death.
The YouTuber shared he tested positive for COVID on his social media. He also apologized to his followers for not being able to post regularly due to his current health situation.
After his post, people started spreading rumors about his death. Official reports have yet to confirm the news. Also, the YouTuber was active on his social media platforms which imply that the rumors might be false for now.
Crainer has accumulated 7.79 million subscribers to his YouTube channel. He joined the platform on February 22, 2014, and has garnered 2.24 billion views on his channel as of now.
He is also available on Instagram and his handle is @crainer. The streamer has 420k followers and has shared more than 740 posts on the platform.
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