'El Wiko', from the viral phrase Afedo camate pofavo, dies from a heart attack

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Ariel, better known as “El Wiko” and who became known a few years ago due to a viral video in which he said The phrase “Afedo, camate pofavo” died. The news was confirmed by his friend El Kuate de Caborca.

Through a video, the friend of “El Wiko” announced that the young man lost his life just a few hours ago as a result of a heart attack.

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“We woke up with sad news, the Wiko died. We are now going to start with the funeral procedures, everything seems to indicate that he had a heart attack, he did not suffer, he just fell asleep.”

Visibly affected, the friend of “El Wiko” pointed out that it is not a joke and assured that he will make known how people will be able to say goodbye to the young man.

“I would like it to be one of the many jokes we made, but he did pass away. I will be informing you of all the movements for all the people who like to come to say goodbye. He is already resting, he is already with his mother.”

So far no further details have been given about the death of “El Wiko”, but on the Facebook page of El Kuate de Caborca ​​he shared a video to say goodbye to his friend.

“We are going to miss you Wiko,” reads the video description.

This is how the phrase "Afedo, camate pofavo" arose.

On social networks, “El Wiko” became known for his expression “How annoying”, however, He went viral when he created the phrase “Afedo, camate pofavo.”

This phrase arose when “El Wiko” was with his friends, who recorded the young man in a drunken state and who told his friends his love story. From one moment to the next, the young man interrupts his story when one of his friends gets very close to him, so he says his viral phrase.

The video was uploaded to YouTube and quickly went viral and since then “El Wiko” became very popular and memes were even created around it and its phrase.


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