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Desmond Daniel Amofah (born: 12, 1990 (1990-05-12) [age 30]), better known by his online alias Etika, was an American YouTuber, streamer and former model, best known for his over-the-top reactions to Nintendo Direct presentations.
On June 19, the same day of Amofah's disappearance, his belongings were discovered on the pedestrian walkway of the Manhattan Bridge. On the evening of June 24, a body was observed near Pier 16. By the morning of June 25, the NYPD and emergency medical services had recovered the body, confirmed it was Amofah, and that he was dead at the point of recovery. The Office of Chief Medical Examiner confirmed the cause of death was suicide by drowning the following day.
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Daniel Kyre (born 7, 1994 (1994-06-07) [age 26]) known on YouTube as part of the Cyndago team, He began his YouTube career in his senior year of high school on his own personal channel. On December 17, 2012, he and a fellow high school friend, Ryan Magee, formed the YouTube comedy duo, Cyndago. Cyndago was known for their sketches, original songs, podcasts, and dark sense of humor. The group moved to Los Angeles in early 2015, accompanied by long YouTube friend, Markiplier. After a 4 month hiatus, Cyndago returned to announce they were adding Matt Watson of Kids W/ Problems to the lineup. By the beginning of September 2015 they reach est. +200,000 subscribers. Their last video was a hair dye vlog called "WATCH CYNDAGO DYE!" (Now "We Dye Our Hair!") posted September 11, 2015. The following day after Daniel Kyre's Funeral on September 25, 2015, Cyndago was disbanded.