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'He was the king and kween of Youtube': Wil Dasovich honors late Lloyd Cadena

Wil shared the impact Lloyd Cadena had on his career as a vlogger.

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9/9/2020 in News
'He was the king and kween of Youtube': Wil Dasovich honors late Lloyd Cadena

Former "Pinoy Big Brother Lucky Season 7" housemate and vlogger Wil Dasovich honored the late Lloyd Cadena on social media.

In a Facebook post he made on Tuesday, September 8, the vlogger admitted that it has been really difficult for him to accept the death of one of his closest friends in the Youtube community.

"It’s been a tough week and up until now, nothing has sunk in yet. Still trying to figure out how to process all of this as Lloyd is the closest friend I’ve ever lost in my life," he began in the caption.

 

It’s been a tough week and up until now nothing has sunk in yet. Still trying to figure out how to process all of this...

Posted by Wil Dasovich on Tuesday, September 8, 2020

"It will be some time before I can start uploading again and make sense of everything but for now, it’s time to reflect and remember the greatness of this amazing human being," he continued.

Wil then honored Lloyd by putting the spotlight on the impact he made on his journey as a vlogger and content creator.

"He was the best since the beginning, he was #1, both the king and kween of Youtube," he wrote.

To Lloyd, he wrote directly, "You were my Youtube idol since I came on the scene and you were the comedian I always aspired to be, and also knew I could never be. You helped me transcend to become the creator I am today and there is not one Youtuber who was more impactful on the community from the beginning than you were."

"Your laugh still resonates through my ears and your spirit will remain forever within all of us. Our community is shattered, our hearts are heavy, but we are healing one day at a time. I love you so much, man! What I would give to run up and give u a great big hug like I do every single time we see each other," he added.

The "PBB Lucky Season 7" alum also extended his condolences to the bereaved family of Lloyd, and promised to celebrate the legacy he left in the world.

"My heart goes out to BNT and all family/friends of LC. I promise you, one day, even if it’s by 2021 when all of this COVID bs ends, we will all come together and we will have a huge celebration of Lloyd’s life and what he meant to this world! He was the best there ever was, unmatched! 😭❤️❤️" he wrote.

Lloyd passed away last Friday, September 4 after suffering from a heart attack in his sleep. He tested positive for COVID-19 prior to his passing.

He was cremated last September 5.

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