After Caleb succumbed to his injuries on Jan. 31, celebs like Carey, Lil Wayne, and ‘Teen Mom’s Ryan Edwards have taken to Twitter to express their feelings over his tragic and untimely passing.
After his horrific snowmobile accident at the 2013 Winter X Games, on Jan. 24, left him hospitalized with severe brain and heart trauma, freestyle snowmobiler Caleb Moore passed away from his injuries, on Jan. 31. Celebrity fans of the late extreme sports champion, including Carey Hart and Lil Wayne, have taken to their Twitter accounts to share their condolences over his passing.
Weezy took to his account to honor Caleb’s memory, tweeting, “RIP Caleb Moore. Never forgotten! Although it’s a very tough reality, I’m sure he has no regrets! Go Hard!!!”
Carey, a retired freestyle motocross rider and Pink’s husband, offered his sympathy to Caleb’s family. “So sad to hear about Caleb Moore. My thoughts go out to his family and friends. Died doing what he loves,” he tweeted.”
Travis Pastrana, another motorsports competitor, wrote, “So sad to hear about Caleb Moore. My condolences and prayers go out to his family and friends.”
Anthony Napolitan, pro BMX rider, tweeted, “So sad to hear that Caleb Moore passed away. I was a fan since the first @XGames he was in. Prayers to his family and friends.”
Ryan Edwards, Teen Mom star Maci Bookout‘s baby daddy, shared, “Rip Caleb Moore one hell of a dude to watch ride a quad!”
MTV personality and former Real World housemate Johnny Bananas tweeted, “He heals the broken in heart, and binds up their wounds. May you rest in peace Caleb Moore… #XGames”
TV host Sal Masekela wrote, “My deepest condolences to the family of Caleb Moore. He was a wonderful kid that loved what he did with all his heart.”
Our thought remain with Caleb’s family, friends, and fans during this time of loss.
— Billy Nilles
More on Caleb Moore’s Death & X Games Accident:
- Caleb Moore Dies — Snowmobiler Dead At 25 After X Games Crash
- Caleb Moore’s Accident — Snowmobiler Not Expected To Survive X Games Crash
- Caleb Moore Hospitalized — In Critical Condition After Snowmobile Crash At X Games