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Crazy Frog fans horrified as noughties icon is ‘presumed dead’

Crazy Frog fans have been left heartbroken after discovering that the icon is formally ‘presumed lifeless’ after being inactive on social media for years.

Now this is one celeb loss of life we didn’t see coming.

Fans on Twitter, who have been presumably innocently reliving the star’s finest hits, made the upsetting discovery on his Wikipedia web page.

‘In 2009, it was reported on the Crazy Frog Twitter account that the character had supposedly contracted swine flu,’ it reads. ‘The subsequent creditable tweet is the character stating “I WANT TO GO TO PARIS”.

‘After his closing tweet on 22nd June 2009, Crazy Frog has not been energetic, implying he died in Paris in the summertime of 2009. No uploads have been featured on the official web page since this date additionally.’

A second of silence for our fallen comrade, please.

Fans of the late star have paying tribute on social media, with one writing: ‘WHAT THE F*** CRAZY FROG IS DEAD.’

YouTuber iNabber added: ‘Crazy Frog is lifeless. Can everybody please reply “Rest In Peace Crazy Frog”. Rest In Peace Crazy Frog.’

‘Okay, was anybody going to inform me that loopy frog died, or was I simply purported to learn that within the loopy frog wiki web page myself,’ another heartbroken fan requested.

Crazy Frog

Crazy Frog

Crazy Frog

Crazy Frog

Horrified fans took to social media (Pictures: Twitter)

However, it may simply be that the star is taking a break from social media as his YouTube channel nonetheless boasts common uploads, the newest being again in September.

In reality, the channel seems to be thriving 14 years on from Axel F, and 22 years on from Crazy Frog’s creation, with a following of 6.9 million.

The most up-to-date video, titled ‘Pinocchio’, sees the star operating by way of a home of horrors, earlier than being shot out of a cannon in a 33-second whirlwind.

Meanwhile, within the feedback, fans have been calling for him to make a full comeback.

You by no means know, guys.

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