Heisenwolf Was Arrested After His Action Killed 6 People In Car Accident

Amado Gonzalez, also known as Heisenwolf on YouTube, has been detained for allegedly murdering six persons in an accident. He is presently in a Mexican hospital. On September 18, an accident occurred on a roadway near the town of Atlacomulco. According to the Mexican daily El Universal, he was driving a red and white Chevrolet Camaro in the wrong lane when he collided with a cab. Pictures from the scene of the crash showed the front hoods of the Camaro being destroyed.

Three persons were killed on the scene, and three more died after being taken to the hospital. A 10-year-old child was among the fatalities, while the others ranged in age from 26 to 56. The uncle of the murdered 10-year-old said that the youngster was the joy of their family and that all they wanted at the time was justice. Amado was charged with homicide and is scheduled to appear in court on October 5 after being released from the hospital. An inquiry into manslaughter has already begun.

All about Heisenwolf.

Heisenwolf, who was born on July 24, 1996, is a YouTuber known for his 3-minute or fewer videos. His first videos were for Yu-Gi-Oh, but he eventually withdrew them, and his channel only contained one video, Death Note (Netflix) in 3 Minutes or Less/Heisenwolf, which was released in September 2017. In June 2019, he uploaded another video named Monarch Deck in 3 Minutes or Less. The audience enjoyed the channel’s material, which was organized into categories, and the content provider had a large number of followers.


The first portion is named “3 minutes or less,” and it features brief assessments on YouTubers, fashion, stereotypes, and other issues with a sense of comedy. The next popular part is called “Memelogy,” and it discusses an internet meme, its origin, year, current status, and rating. This is followed by the music-themed portion “Exe,” and the abandoned section “Doctor Lobexno Analyzes,” in which Gonzalez discussed the internet’s “disease.” The following video is “11 reasons,” in which the YouTuber reflects on 11 reasons why someone should do anything and why nothing bad ever happens to anybody. The last portion, “Alch nobody asked you Heisenwolf,” is a podcast in which he discusses a variety of themes.


Gonzalez has worked with Chimmy Cabrera, KaiserWolf, and Boser Salseo Futbolero, among others. In December 2018, he was embroiled in a spat with Mario Aguilar, in which Gonzalez insulted him with his famous remark and afterwards erased the video. Gonzalez’s most recent video, titled The Worst Mexican Villains, received 18,000 likes and 170 reactions. His upbringing and educational background are not yet fully disclosed.

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