The extreme eating reality star passed away at a Massachusetts hospital after suffering a medical emergency during his trip from Boston to Cape Cod nearly three weeks ago.
AceShowbiz -Henry “Nacho” Laun has died at age 54. After being placed on life support two weeks ago, the extreme eating star, best known for starring in the reality show “Wahlburgers“, passed away at a Massachusetts hospital on Tuesday, June 1.
Mark Wahlberg‘s longtime friend suffered a medical emergency on Wednesday, May 19 while he was traveling from Boston to Cape Cod, per TMZ report. At the time, he was found unconscious in his car at a gas station. A customer had noticed he had passed out and they called 911. After being rushed to the hospital, the TV star was placed on life support as he remained unresponsive and unable to breathe on his own.
Henry was also reportedly in a coma for several days. The insider revealed to the publication that it was unclear what caused his medical emergency, but his condition failed to improve in the following weeks. There had been pre-existing health issues, the inside source added, that were making his situation even worse.
Following the heartbreaking news, fans took to social media to share their sadness and condolences. One penned on Twitter, “THIS IS SOOOOOOO SAD!! #RIPNACHO WHAT A SWEET GUY!!!!” Another user wrote, “R.I.P to a long time Friend and co-worker in the Entertainment Industry. Henry Nacho Extreme Laun. You’ll be missed.”
“My heart goes out to @markwahlberg and all friends and family of Henry ‘Nacho’ Laun who has passed away today he was a man who had a heart of gold and loved his family friends and his fans,” a third sent their love to Mark and his family. In the meantime, a fourth added, “@markwahlberg I am so sorry for your loss. #HenryNachoLaun was awesome. May he RIP.”
According to TMZ, a GoFundMe will be set up to help with funeral costs and so fans can pay their respects to the beloved TV star. The insider told the outlet that Henry’s attorney, James Neyman, and friends will organize the fundraising program.
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