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Adam Perkins Wiki – Adam Perkins Biography

Adam Perkins was a Vine Star behind the viral ‘ Hi, Welcome to Chili’s ‘ video before the app was shut down. He is being reported to have died on April 11, 2021, as confirmed on Instagram by his twin brother Patrick Perkins.

Adam was born in 1997 and raised in Boston, MA. Besides being a Vine star, he was known for his comedy and was also an accomplished composer and musician. He had around 290,000 followers on Vine before the app was shut down. His Instagram account boasts of over 45,000 followers.

Adam popularised the hashtag #whiteteen on Vine and was known to post humorous videos using the same. His video ‘ Hi, Welcome to Chili’s ‘ went highly viral and was even reenacted by many of his followers. He and fellow Viner Klarity both attended Vidcon in 2015.

Adam Perkins Age

Adam Perkins was 24 years old.

Cause of Death

Adam was 24 years old at the time of his death as his brother paid homage and wrote: “24 — Forever”. The cause of his death has not been confirmed by his brother.

Adam and his twin brother Patrick were Vine stars who were born and raised in Boston. Following his brother’s tragic death, Patrick Perkins shared a heartbreaking post on his Instagram account.

“My brother, Adam Perkins, passed away this previous Sunday, 4-11-21
i can’t even really put into words what this loss means for me. i’m often asked the question, “what’s it like to be a twin?” and my response is usually, “what’s it like to NOT be a twin?”

being a twin is a very central part of my identity. it’s all i’ve known. and i’m struggling to find the words to explain what it will be like for me to live in this world without him. my best friend.

in his honor, I will be releasing his album “Latch Relay” on a limited edition vinyl. it will be the first release on Plas Teg Records ( @plas.teg ), a label that will seek to fulfill his musical destiny that was so tragically cut short.

i love you, my best friend Adam.
1997-forever”

The tragic death was mourned by his followers across different social media platforms. He was also remembered fondly by his ex-boyfriend Kelton Elliot in an emotional post.

Elliot wrote,

This past weekend my forever best friend and ex-boyfriend passed, and I’ve been devastated. We spent almost every day and night in 2020 and 2021 together in our little home until I temporarily relocated to Oregon.

We were there for each other during the hardest year of our lives. I could and have talked about him for hours, but I’m just saying one thing right now: Me and him discussed how we’d want to be remembered after we died, and he said he’d like to be remembered for his art, his music.

The second slide is a screenshot of Redwood Reverie, the track on Spotify he most liked sharing with his coworkers and friends. It’s from his 2018 album Latch Relay, and it’s one of my favorite songs of his along with The Engine and Arms Akimbo. Last week he was working on more to release. Give his music a listen, and know that the artist was loved so so so much. The link in my bio takes you to his Spotify.”

Another fan paid tribute to Perkins, writing: “Rest in peace Adam Perkins. You brought so much comfort and laughter to so many people. We’ll never forget you legend. Sending love to his family especially his brother Patrick. 1997-forever.”

Vine star Rickey Thompson commented on Patrick’s post with a crying emoji, as Perkins’ ex-boyfriend Kelton Elliott shared a tribute to him on Instagram, writing: “This past weekend my forever best friend and ex-boyfriend passed, and I’ve been devastated.

“We spent almost every day and night in 2020 and 2021 together in our little home until I temporarily relocated to Oregon. We were there for each other during the hardest year of our lives.

“I could and have talked about him for hours, but I’m just saying one thing right now: Me and him discussed how we’d want to be remembered after we died, and he said he’d like to be remembered for his art, his music.”

Following the outpouring of tributes for Perkins, his brother thanked fans on social media, writing: “In this time of mourning, I am comforted to know how many people he touched. The kindest human I know.”

Perkins went viral on Vine in 2015 after he posted a video mocking adverts for the American restaurant chain Chili’s, with the clip garnering more than 20 million views in a year.