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Is YouTuber Shane Dawson Dead? Are Rumors Speaking The Truth?

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We received the most disturbing news on July 19, 2022, claiming that Shane Dawson is dead; But is he really? Have we lost the well-known professional YouTuber? Who started these unreliable rumors?

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First, for those who may not know, needs to be mentioned that Shane Lee Yaw gained much popularity as one of the first people to rise to fame on the video-sharing platform YouTube.

His passion for making videos started at a young age when he would turn in videos as school projects with his friends in high school. Dawson grew up in a low-income household along with Teresa Yaw, his single mother.

Shane grew his YouTube channel under the name of “ShaneDawsonTV,” which was created on March 10, 2008. About 4 months later, the earliest video that remains on the channel, “Kermit the Frog and Me” was uploaded.

Born July 19, 1988, he’s currently living in Colorado since August 2021 with his fiancé, Ryland Adams with whom he got engaged on March 19, 2019.

Beloved Dawson has body dysmorphic disorder (BDD). In a video posted on Shane Dawson TV, Dawson came out as bisexual in July 2015.

The announcement confirmed the news of his break-up with his now ex-girlfriend, Lisa Schwartz.

Shane started his show on YouTube about conspiracy theories in 2015. The show includes his 2019 web series Conspiracy Series with Shane Dawson. He released his first docu-series on YouTube by the end of 2017.

I Hate Myselfie‘ (2015) and ‘It Gets Worse‘ (2016), are his two New York Times best-selling books, and his three YouTube channels have accumulated over 4.5 billion views.

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Is YouTuber Shane Dawson Dead?

On July 29, tweets have made, making many wonders if Shane Dawson is dead. Fans are asking on social if the rumors are true.

Nothing yet has been shared by close sources, however, it’s for sure that the YouTuber shared a few stories on his Instagram account about one or two hours ago.

For those who may wonder, following a public backlash over his past controversial comments., the hard-worker indefinitely suspended monetization on all three of Dawson’s channels on June 30, 2020. He returned to YouTube on October 7, 2021.

It was on March 30, 2022, when it was shared that Shane Dawson has gotten canceled. A video of the YouTuber went viral, showing that he was making inappropriate gestures at a poster of then-11-year-old Willow Smith circulated on social media. 

As more compromising content such as racist and pedophilia jokes were piling up, Shane quickly apologized for his past actions.

Before apologizing in a video made public on 26 June 2020., the YouTuber at first tweeted to say that he had deleted his old content.

Shane posted another video to announce his return to YouTube in October 2021. He expressed at that moment how he felt embarrassed over a lot of stuff he did in the past. 

He shared: “All of that. Awful. Then it snowballed. If I talk about it how I really feel, people are going to say ‘oh you’re trying to get sympathy.’ I feel like people are going to hate me no matter what, and I kind of just have to accept it.”

“I think part of me was upset because I made so much growth, and now I’m being canceled over things in the past, and that’s not me anymore…it made me realize that I can’t focus on what other people think of me…I learned a lot. I’m so happy it happened,” he added.

A video was shared, in which he has spoken in length about several things, titled “The Haunting of Shane Dawson”, including his infamous cancellation.

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