There is a saying that a star that rises early sets earlier. That’s what exactly happened to the teen star Caleb Logan. Caleb was a popular YouTube star who has earned ceaseless fame for his popular family channel Bratayley. Logan has left the material world on this Oct. as the brutal death has grabbed him away. Red on for more details.
The entire virtual world of Internet mourns over the demise as the young sensation passed away only at his 13 years of age. The tragic upheaval of Bratayley family is a loss beyond the casual calculation but the social media has poured their hearts out to shower love to the innocent who met an early end.
Caleb’s family has also tracked the same path to show their affection towards their loveable child. They posted an adorable picture of Caleb on various forums of social media. The picture exhibits Annie and Hayley, two sisters of Caleb, to share a light moment with their late brother. The empathetic snap endures a message that reads the death has been caused naturally but undoubtedly is an unprecedented one.
As Hollywood Life reveals post the tragic day of Caleb’s demise, his family submitted a charming 21-minute-long video montage that mainly revolves around the teen’s life. The Brataley family, including Caleb’s sisters Annie, 10, and Hayley, 7, began their march to internet fame in 2010 when they began recording their daily lives on YouTube. Notably their channel has 1.5 million subscribers and the most popular video they have in their resume was shot three years back. It was entitled ‘I’m never going to the park again!’ and managed to pull 22 million visitors.
Now a logical assumption is steaming the virtual media that whether Bratayley family will return to continue their journey of video making on digital media or they will be enlisted in the chart following ABC. ABC has stopped their fictional storyline “8 Simple Rules” back in 2003 after the death of star John Ritter. Notably the post that Caleb’s mother, Katie shared on Instagram on behalf of the Bratayleys has received163,000 comments.