Larry the Cable Guy, known to his friends as Dan, left this earth far too soon. His wife and children are devastated after his premature death.
The award-winning comedian, singer, radio host, and actor will truly be missed.
The other night, while sharing woo science about the dangers of wearing face masks, Larry lost internet service. He waited for a few minutes hoping it would just come back on like cable internet typically does, but it was taking way too long.
As his name implies, Larry was a cable guy prior to being a comedian. So, he did what any expert in his field would do. He went outside to check his cable connection.
His wife Brenda made a statement to the press explaining how he lost the digital battle:
“I heard a loud screen from the roof, ‘Git R Done!’ followed by some booms and then I saw Larry flying off the roof, by the kitchen window, into the side yard. When I went out to check on him, it was already too late. He was gone. My Larry was gone!”
We had no idea but Joe Barron, expert in the most dangerous professions, tells us that cable installers actually work in a highly dangerous profession. It ranks up there with loggers, police officers, and garbage men.
Larry’s death proves that.
It’s unknown exactly what happened. There is some speculation that he was electrocuted by the current that runs through the new digital cable system. However, his wife also says that there was a new 5G tower installed a block over and there’s a chance it was involved somehow.
He also could have just fallen off his roof. He had already downed a 12 pack prior to attempting to climb the ladder.
Regardless, he was way too young to die and his death will be felt by all. RIP Larry. We loved you!