Charles Trippy Announces He Has a Brain Tumor 15:58

One of YouTube's most famed vloggers, Charles Trippy, whose marriage blossomed on his blog Internet Killed Television, has announced that he has a brain tumor. This is the video of one of his doctor's visits, where he explains what put him in the emergency room and what he eventually found out about his condition. Trippy also shared his proposal and wedding online, and we talked to him after he got back from his honeymoon.

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