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YouTuber Corpse Husband opens up about chronic illness


Corpse Husband keeps his real name and appearance a secret (Picture: Corpse Husband)

YouTube gamer and musician Corpse Husband has opened up about his chronic illness as he reassured fans after a live stream.

The star, who has kept his real identity secret, sent a message to fans after he was worried they were concerned about him.

He wrote on Twitter: ‘Sorry if I worried anyone earlier.

‘For those of you who don’t know, I’m chronically ill, & have been for years.

‘I’m in pain every single day. It’s something that I constantly try to overcome, but sometimes it just gets too overwhelming im all good tho, thank u for everything.’

A chronic illness is generally described as a health problem that requires ongoing management over a period of years or decades.

Corpse, who boasts a following of more than six million, was quickly inundated with support and kind messages from fans and friends.

Fellow gamer Valkyrae responded: ‘Can’t believe you tried so hard to keep playing until 4pm when you were in so much pain.. you know we can always play another day. Your health comes FIRST!!’

Twitch star Karl Jacobs added: ‘Corpse I really really appreciate you man and am always on your side dude. Lemme know if you need anyone ever honestly.’

YouTuber LazarBeam – real name Lannan Eacott – told him: ‘Much love to you corpse’.

Corpse is best known for his Let’s Play series, as well as his videos retelling creepy horror stories.

He began his channel in 2015, but his popularity skyrocketed this year when he began his series playing Among Us.

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