What Happened To Papa Jim? Twitter Leads Tribute Following His Death

Following the tweet with the phrase "RIP" and a photo, there were suspicions that Papa Jim had died. His death cause is not yet revealed in the media. 

He may have died of old age, given no evidence that he was critically ill.

He is in his nineties. He frequently appears in Danny Duncan's YouTube videos, performing various stunts ranging from nakedness to riding a quad bike.

He's been said to be dead before, so it's difficult to know whether he's genuinely dead or not.

Although his name suggests he is Duncan's related, he is the grandpa of YouTuber David Tomchinsky, Duncan's executive assistant and social media manager.

In the season opener against the Giants, he caught six passes for 72 yards before sustaining a significant right ankle sprain and fearing a fracture on an awkward tackle.

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Although Papa Jim's name suggests he is Duncan's related, he is the grandpa of YouTuber David Tomchinsky, Duncan's executive assistant and social media manager.

Duncan posted an Instagram story with the comment "I miss your father" and a photo of the couple in February, sparking rumors that Jim's father had died.

He later discovered that the YouTuber had gone out of town and hadn't seen Papa Jim in quite some time. "A terrible choice of words," one Redditor said of the title.

Rumors of Jim's father's death resurfaced on the Internet this week. "RIP Daddy Jim; you're Danny Duncan; rest in peace, Daddy Jim's highlight," one person wrote on Twitter.

Danny, who had returned to the United States from London, appears to have debunked the claims on Instagram this morning.

Danny Duncan is 28 years old and was born on July 27, 1992, in the United States. Danny was born to Susan Duncan, and little is known about his father, other than he appears in several of his movies. He has a sister and a half-brother named Mathew.

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