Hall was killed on Saturday (Picture: @timbotheredneck)
TikTok star Timbo the Redneck has died aged 18 following a fatal accident in his pickup truck.
The teenager, real name Timothy Hall, was killed on Saturday after an accident occurred when he was doing donuts in his GMC Sierra truck, which he referred to as ‘Judy’ with his girlfriend Kori.
Hall had reportedly not been wearing a seatbelt at the time.
Hall’s relative Tony, who is in a relationship with Hall’s sister, confirmed in a YouTube video: ‘He was doing donuts in the front yard in JD’s house… with his girlfriend and the truck just flipped over and he flew out the driver’s side window and the truck landed on top of him.’
Hall’s mother Tessie also confirmed her son’s death, posting a video to his TikTok account, which is followed by 215,000 fans.
In a tearful video, he said: ‘He won’t be making any more videos, no more videos at all. My son was in a bad accident yesterday and didn’t make it, and I want to thank everybody for all the fans that he had.
‘He loved TikTok and just believed in all the fans and everybody that supported him and it meant a lot to him. Sometimes he wouldn’t listen to me, he’d say, “I gotta do this TikTok!”
‘My heart is just so broken.’
Tassie added that the family had set up a GoFundMe to help pay for Hall’s funeral, which has already nearly reached its $10,000 (£7,100) goal.
Followers shared their condolences, with one friend, Taylor Campbell, writing: ‘We will miss him for sure. He was a great friend to me and I’m glad I knew him as a great friend.’
Other comments read: ‘Fly high Timbo’ and ‘Thanks for always making me laugh’.
The TikTok star made videos about southern living (Picture: @timbotheredneck)
Hall had gained popularity on the app through videos shot in his hometown of Jennings, Florida, involving him and his friends having adventures in his pick-up truck.
He often joked about southern living and showed his support for Donald Trump through his sometimes controversial TikTok videos.
As well as gaining over 200,000 followers, his videos were liked 2.5million times.
Credit: Original article published here.