Do you know the reason for Keenan Cahill death? Keenan Cahill was a lip-sync expert before there were millions of TikTok users trying to replicate his moves to popular songs. Cahill amassed millions of views on his YouTube channel by lip-syncing to popular songs using only a desktop computer and his enthusiasm for doing so. He even enlisted the aid of famous people like Katy Perry and 50 Cent. Manager David Graham confirmed that Cahill a lovely bespectacled artist in his own right passed away in a Chicago hospital on Thursday.
The Chicagoan had Maroteaux-Lamy syndrome a disorder characterized by among other symptoms organ enlargement for which he got regular treatment and endured multiple surgeries. Open heart surgery was planned for early this month, according to his verified social media accounts.
“Complications occurred that he couldn’t overcome,” his family said on a GoFundMe campaign set up by his aunt and also published on his Facebook page. Cahill’s medical and funeral costs have prompted the initiation of the fundraising campaign.
Cahill’s lip-syncing videos, shot from his bedroom desk while he was a teenager, made him one of the earliest internet sensations of the 2010s. The idea was straightforward: Cahill, who has always been a natural actor, would lip sync to current singles like “DJ Got Us Fallin’ in Love” by Usher and “Only Girl (In the World)” by Rihanna, and the views would come pouring in.
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Keenan Cahill Death
CNN was informed by Keenan Cahill’s management that the 27-year-old YouTube star who rose to fame in 2010 had passed away while lip-syncing to popular songs. Lip-sync virtuoso Keenan Cahill existed before the hordes of TikTok users who now try to replicate his moves to the latest pop sensations. After Cahill lip-synced to Perry’s “Teenage Dream,” one of his most popular videos he began receiving messages from the artists behind the hits. She gushed over his performance on Twitter and booked him for a 2011 show in Pennsylvania.
For his viral YouTube videos, Cahill enlisted the help of celebrities like 50 Cent and Ariana Grande and others, like Jennifer Aniston, producer David Guetta and “America’s Next Top Model” finalists, who have taken use of his celebrity connections. His manager claims that Cahill is one of the first YouTubers to reach 500 million views.
Cahill though wanted to be known for more than just lip-syncing so he put out a single under his own name in 2013 and progressed to DJing and producing. Family members said on GoFundMe, “He never made a lot of money, but he enjoyed what he was doing and brought smiles to the faces of so many people.”
Cahill’s admirers and friends reflected on his infectious optimism and musical passion. DJ Pauly D, from the hit MTV series “Jersey Shore,” commended him for “always making the world smile.” A video the two had made years before to “Moves Like Jagger” by Maroon 5 was reshared by Perez Hilton, a gossip mainstay of the mid-aughts internet. From one viral star to another, popular Twitch user Ellohime, with whom Cahill frequently played the computer game “RimWorld,” paid tribute to Cahill as a “Viking forever.”
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His boss, Graham, has described Cahill as a “legend.” He wrote to CNN saying, “Keenan inspired millions worldwide by being his authentic self despite his low stature, sickness, and age of 15-16.” Cahill was famous at that age.
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