Did TikTok Star Waffler69 Die Of Vaccine Heart Attack?!

Did TikTok star Waffler69 die at just 33 years of age from a heart attack induced by the COVID-19 vaccine?!

Take a look at the viral claims, and find out what the facts really are!


Claim : TikTok Star Waffler69 Died From Vaccine Heart Attack!

Right after news broke that Taylor Brice LeJeune died suddenly from a heart attack, anti-vaccination activists immediately claimed that TikTok star known as Waffler69 (or Wafffler69) was a victim of the COVID-19 vaccine!

He also died of a heart attack. no one has a clue what could possibly be causing these #suddendeaths and age-inappropriate deaths, in excess in all age brackets. But they know it can’t be the #vaccines. B/c Big Pharma cares about your health.

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Replying to @lizmars69 I have dipped the Loop into the waters of lake minnetonka #big #fruit #loop #cereal #mschf #food #foodtok @wafffler69

♬ original sound – wafffler69

Truth : TikTok Star Waffler69 Did Not Die From COVID-19 Vaccine!

It’s now a tradition for anti-vaccination activists to immediately blame all celebrity deaths or illnesses on the COVID-19 vaccine.

This is yet another example of FAKE NEWS created and propagated by anti-vaccination activists, and here are the reasons why…

Fact #1 : Waffler69 Died Of A Presumed Heart Attack

Taylor Brice LeJeune (born on August 6, 1989) was an American TikTok star and Internet celebrity who goes by the name Waffler69 on Instagram, or Wafffler69 on TikTok.

Waffler69 garnered over 1.7 million followers for videos showing him cook and eat everything from a massive Fruit Loop (in his last video) to long-expired nostalgic food like Shrek candy from 2010, canned ham from 1960 (!) or an Addams Family cereal from 1991.

On Wednesday, January 11, 2023, Waffler69 experienced some discomfort at his home in Louisiana, and called his mother about it. But when things got worse, he called for an ambulance at around 8:30 PM to rush him to a hospital.

According to his brother, Clayton (known as Claydorm on TikTok), Taylor / Waffler69 died at the hospital at around 10 PM, of a presumed heart attack. He was only 33 years old when he died.

Clayton asked people to “keep his [brother’s] legacy alive” by “watching his videos”.

Fact #2 : Waffler69 Has Strong Family History Of Heart Disease

In an emotional video, Clayton LeJeune confirmed that his brother, Waffler69, died from a heart attack, but stressed that it was not caused by the food he consumed, but was genetic in nature.

He pointed out that his brother had a strong family history of heart disease. Their father and grandfather both died before they were 50 years old, from heart failure.

While Clayton did not mention vaccines, I should point out that COVID-19 vaccines don’t cause heart attack. And unfortunately, they do not protect against heart disease either.

So Waffler69’s death had nothing to do with the COVID-19 vaccines, no matter what people on social media are insinuating.

Incidentally, Lisa Marie Presley who died a day after Waffler69, also had a strong family history of heart disease.

Read more : Did Lisa Marie Presley Die Of Vaccine Cardiac Arrest?!


I had to call people out.

♬ original sound – Claydorm

Fact #3 : Heart Attack Is A Common Cause Of Death

An acute myocardial infarction (AMI), or a heart attack, occurs when blood supply to the heart muscle is abruptly cut off, usually due to a blockage of one or more coronary arteries.

It is a very common cause of sudden death. Every year, about 805,000 Americans suffer a heart attack, of which about 382,000 die. Every year.

People have been dying from heart attacks long before COVID-19 vaccines were invented.

And no, COVID-19 vaccines do NOT cause heart attacks, no matter what anti-vaccination activists may claim.

Neither can COVID-19 vaccines prevent people from getting heart attacks, or dying from them.

Fact #4 : Unknown If Waffler69 Was Vaccinated Against COVID-19

It is currently unknown if Waffler69 was vaccinated against COVID-19, as he has never publicly mentioned his vaccination status.

For all we know – he may not even be vaccinated! The COVID-19 vaccine is not mandatory in the United States, despite what anti-vaccination activists may claim.

For example, anti-vaccination activists claimed that Kaden Clymer was almost crippled by a 6-foot long vaccine-induced blood clot, but the high school athlete was never vaccinated against COVID-19!

Until and unless his family reveals his COVID-19 vaccination status, anyone who claims that Waffler69 received the COVID-19 vaccine is likely lying to you.

Read more : Kaden Clymer’s 6-foot blood clot is NOT from COVID-19 vaccine!

Fact #5 : Claims Of Celebrities Injured By COVID-19 Vaccine Proven False

This is yet another example of anti-vaccination activists abusing celebrity deaths / injuries to create and propagate FAKE NEWS about the safety and efficacy of COVID-19 vaccines.

So far, claims of celebrity deaths / injuries due to the COVID-19 vaccine have been proven false at every instance. Here is the latest dozen of other false celebrity claims!

Will these anti-vaccination activists apologise for lying to you? Nope! They will just move on to the next celebrity tragedy…

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