On Monday, the creator of WorldStarHipHop.com, Lee O’Denat was at a neighborhood massage parlor, when he got to be distinctly lethargic. Paramedics couldn’t spare him and he passed on at the scene. The reason for death was coronary illness, particularly, atherosclerotic cardiovascular infection, with corpulence a contributing variable, as indicated by the restorative inspector.
O’Denat, a parent of three children referred to by fans and companions as “Q”, “was a splendid agent who championed urban culture, at last making the biggest hip-bounce site on the planet,” said a posting reporting his demise on the site’s Facebook page.
He likewise was one of the most delightful, most liberal people to ever effortlessness this planet, the posting said. “We will miss his healthy snicker and warm soul. WorldStarHipHop.com will proceed in its different attempts. We ask that you recollect Q in your petitions and raise a toast to the sky in his name.”
Conceived in Queens, New York, O’Denat established WorldStarHipHop.com in 2005. The video content aggregator offers hip-jump and viral recordings, regularly of absurd, newspaper style occasions. One clasp accessible as of Tuesday was titled: “Kid Punches A Racist Homeless Man A Few Times For Calling Him The N-Word!”
The site has accepted the consequences for sexual and rough substance, however it has been colossally well known with urban adolescents and youthful grown-ups. At a certain point, it was considered having a million or more guests day by day. A TV arrangement in light of the site was planned to make a big appearance one month from now on MTV2. The site propelled the yell “World Star” hollered when something, frequently a battle, is deserving of being recorded and submitted to the site. O’Denat was proud in regards to the crude material. The site additionally at times has gotten into inconvenience for utilizing copyrighted material without credit. Rapper 50 Cent won a 2009 claim against O’Denat for utilizing his picture without authorization.