Actor and comedian Leslie Jordan’s tragic passing has left many of his friends, family and fans across the world heartbroken.
The award-winning actor was killed in a car crash in Los Angeles on Monday morning at the age of 67.
Jordan over the years has held several roles in TV and film, but he is best known for starring in the hit TV comedy series “Will and Grace”.
During the Covid-19 pandemic, he brought immense light into the lives of people around the world with his hilarious social media followers.
He even captured the hearts of South Africans with his reaction video to Master KG’s smash hit “Jerusalema”, featuring Nomcebo Zikode.
“Jerusalema” took the world by storm and even Jordan found himself being bitten by the craze of the song that had everyone dancing.
In Jordan’s video, he tells his followers that he had discovered a “song that lets you eat and dance at the same time”.
Jordan can be seen dancing and singing along to the catchy song. He then proceeds to grab his plate of food and demonstrates how he is able to eat and dance to the song.
At the time of the video going viral in 2020, Master KG acknowledged the award-winning actor’s video and retweeted it on his official Twitter account.
Following news of Jordan’s passing Master KG on Twitter retweeted a post that shared the video along with the sad news.
Many of the actor and comedian Leslie Jordan’s friends, family, and fans around the world are devastated by his tragic death.
The 67-year-old award-winning actor was died in a car accident in Los Angeles on Monday morning.
Jordan has been in numerous television and film roles throughout the years, but he is most known for appearing in the famous television comedy series “Will and Grace.”
During the Covid-19 pandemic, his amusing social media followers provided enormous joy to the lives of people around the world.
His reaction video to the smash tune “Jerusalema” by Master KG, featuring Nomcebo Zikode, even won the hearts of South Africans.
Even Jordan was caught up in the fervor of the song that had everyone dancing, “Jerusalema,” which swept the world by storm.
In Jordan’s video, he informs his fans that he has discovered “a tune that allows you to eat while dancing.”
Jordan is observed dancing and singing along to the infectious tune. He then grabs his meal and demonstrates how he can simultaneously eat and dance to the tune.
Master KG acknowledged the award-winning actor’s video when it became popular in 2020 and reposted it on his official Twitter account.
Master KG on Twitter retweeted a post that published the video alongside the tragic news of Jordan’s demise.
RIP to this legend. Leslie Jordan gave us some pure entertainment.pic.twitter.com/7iD06oEHh8
— Thendo Muloiwa (@MuloiwaThendo) October 24, 2022
He also reposted the video on his Instagram stories with the caption “Rest in peace.” The Instagram video of Jordan dancing to “Jerusalema” has been seen close to one million times.