I'm typing through the tears. Timbo the Redneck, died over the weekend while performing a truck-driving stunt in his friend’s front yard in Florida. The social media celebrity, whose real name was Timothy Hall, died on Sunday after he was tossed from his beloved pickup as he attempted to execute a series of donuts, a maneuver that involves the driver whipping their vehicle in small circles while accelerating. In a YouTube video, Timothy’s future brother-in-law Tony, who appeared in some of his videos, said Timbo fell from the driver’s side window before the truck toppled over. “His whole body, that truck landed on top of him,” said Tony. “He’s passed away.” Hall’s mother, Tessie, also appeared in a clip shared to his TikTok page to confirm the news. “He won’t be making anymore videos,” she said. “My son was in a bad accident yesterday and didn’t make it and I want to thank everybody for all the fans that he had.” Hall, who had only just graduated high school this year, amassed more than 200,000 followers and 2.5 million likes with his controversial Confederate comedy videos, typically detailing life in the south. A proud -----(guess who) supporter living in Jennings, Fla., the TikToker would often post about fishing, truck stunts, and dipping. “He loved TikTok and just believed in all the fans and everybody that supported him and it meant a lot to him,” Tessie continued. “Sometimes he wouldn’t listen to me, he’d say, ‘I gotta do this TikTok!’ My heart is just so broken.” A GoFundMe page raising money for his funeral expenses has brought in more than $9,000. Maybe they can bury him in his beloved pick up.