Germany: Famous German body builder and YouTuber Joe Lindner passed away at a young age. Joe Lindner was 30 years old and was also known as Joeesthetics. The cause of his sudden death is not yet known. Joe is famous all over the world with Lindner’s Germany. His fans were shocked after the news of his death broke. Joeesthetics’ death was announced by his close friend Noel in an Instagram post. Writing the news of Joeesthetics’ death, his friend became emotional.
His friend Noel wrote in an Instagram post that if your soul rest in peace and heaven bless you, I’m checking my phone right now and waiting for your reply when you reply and we both get back to the gym. Noel further wrote in an Instagram post that “If I’m broken since you’re gone, you’ve always taught me about social media and life.” If your memories will always stay with us.
Dr. Amos expressed grief over the death of the bodybuilder
Along with this the star of Traitors show Dr. Amos expressed grief over the death of the bodybuilder and urged everyone to take up bodybuilding with a clean diet. Bodybuilder Joseph Shulkin with Joeesthetics highlighted and paid tribute to twenty of his contributions to body building. Along with this, his fans posted thousands of posts on Instagram and YouTube in memory of Joe Aesthetics. Joe had 8 million followers on Instagram. Joe Lindner used to vlog on YouTube. In which he was telling about his healthy diet and his routine. Along with this, Joe Lindner’s girlfriend Nicha is also a bodybuilder. Who often shares fitness related posts on Instagram. Two months ago, YouTuber Joe Lindner shared his all-day diet in his last video. However, after his death, this video became very viral. It also received good views.
The cause of death is yet to be revealed
If Lindner’s cause of death has not yet been revealed it is still a mystery. But a few weeks ago he revealed that he has been diagnosed with Ripple Muscle Disease (RMD). In June, YouTuber Bradley Martin said in an interview that it’s technically a muscle spasm. It is a rare condition that affects the muscles, according to the Genetic and Rare Diseases Information Center of America. However, this disease is not usually considered fatal.