On 07-Apr-2017 In Entertainment
Don Rickles, 90, an iconic comedian who rose to fame not by telling the jokes, but by insulting his audience, died on Thursday. Paul Shefrin, a spokesman on his family's behalf, said that the cause of his death was a major kidney failure. For more than half a century, iconic Mr Rickles has entertained his audience at theatres, clubs and television by making fun of their lifestyle, ethnicity, spouses and even judged their sexual orientation and everything he could think of that time. He loved sarcasm. As the news spread, people who've had a chance to meet legendary insult comic expressed their feelings on Twitter and paid tribute to this icon. Let's have a look!
Celebrity host, Jimmy Kimmel said in his tweets that he feels 90 years of Don Rickles weren't enough, and he is one of the sweetest people he came across.
Actor Jim Carrey in his tweets said that the legendary Mr Don was an ego slayer and a comic Everest.
Mr Takei wrote in his tweet that, "Don Rickles, you kept us laughing for so many years. We will miss you dearly. Thanks for the zingers. You were one of a kind."
Don Rickles had given his voice for the animated character of Mr Potato Head.
"No matter how talented the younger generation is, but your kind of a comedy will always be missed," says WittyFeed.