Friends and colleagues have said goodbye to him on the networks after hours of uncertainty in which it was not really known what was happening.

The name of the famous streamer Gabriel Chachi has become a trend on social networks after it began to be announced last night that he had passed away. Throughout this Wednesday, numerous people who were fortunate enough to meet him have begun to post farewell messages while thousands of followers and colleagues wondered if it was really true that he had died, but with the passing of the hours, they themselves have gone confirmed the tragic news. Gabriel had managed to become a reference on the Internet for his curious memes and later making the leap to live broadcasts.

Born in Sabadell, he had made a niche for himself in the streamer universe thanks to his thuggish style and his appearances on the Hoy No Se Sale program, which was presented at one stage by his friend Ibai Llanos . “I thank you very much for stopping by today, because I have had the loss of a very close friend who is actually my age . It has been an absolute disgrace,” said the Basque streamer in a live broadcast.

“Always take care of your mental health. Ask for help from the people around you and go to a professional. I know that sometimes it is complicated or it is ’embarrassing’ to seek help and tell the problems but there are times when it is absolutely necessary. “He posted on Twitter afterward.

This young man from Madrid was introduced to social networks when he was only 12 years old when he opened a YouTube channel with which he tried to make rap music available to everyone. He thought that the most famous video platform on the planet could help young people to access the genre and achieved what would be the fifth channel with the most subscribers in Spain at the time. But his youth led him to gradually abandon his dedication to this space and he temporarily forgot about social networks.

As he revealed in an interview, he later got together with bad company and that led him to repeat a grade, but everything changed when his parents gave him a smartphone and he began to enter Instagram. He created a meme account that currently has more than 100,000 followers, but the big leap came thanks to the program ‘Hoy no se sal’. He did it together with Ibai Llanos to reach young people, precisely with an Ibai that just before midnight fueled concern with a strong message about mental health.

Amelia Warner– After graduating from NYU with a master's degree in history, She was also a columnist for many local newspapers. Amelia Warner mostly covers Entertainment topics, but at times loves to write about movie reviews as well.

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