Why did Jujimufu part ways with Tom? The YouTube duo accumulated millions of subscribers over the years, however, it looks as though they’re no longer working together as of March 2021.

Jon Call, better known as Jujimufu, and Tom Boyden were seen as the best of friends until recently. Renowned for their viral YouTube videos including Jujimufu’s 2016 ‘full chair split workout routine’.

Screenshot: JUJI PARTS WAYS WITH TOM – Jujimufu YouTube channel

Who are Jujimufu and Tom?

Jon Call, AKA Jujimufu, is a 35-year-old fitness fanatic. He previously worked in the science field and studied biotechnology at university but quit his job in 2016 to pursue his passion for fitness.

Tom Boyden is a videographer and creative consultant. We can assume he’s around 32 years old. He’s best known as being one half of Tom and Jujimufu. In 2020, Tom lost 40 lbs in 4 months as per Men’s Health.

In 2020 Tom was hospitalised due to a Crohn’s Disease flare-up. He said it was the worst flare-up in 14 years in a YouTube video on their channel.

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How did Jujimufu and Tom meet?

Jujimufu and Tom first connected in 2012 and filmed their first video together in 2013.

Tom was looking for advice on Tricks Tutorials forums and Jujimufu taught Tom how to backflip, which sparked their friendship.

Speaking to Tom in 2018, Juji said: “When I did the tricking thing and I met people at gatherings and events, there’s always one person that I meet at these things, they’d stick in my mind, you were that guy during that trip“.

Why did Jujimufu part ways with Tom?

On March 19th 2021, Jujimufu took to YouTube to share a video explaining that he and Tom had “parted ways”.

Addressing the curiosity surrounding the fact that Tom and Juji haven’t been posting many videos recently, Jujimufu said: “I have decided to part ways with Tom. I have not come to this decision hastily or lightly. Continued collaboration with Tom is no longer possible.”

While some were hoping that the news wasn’t true. The “Jujimufu and Tom” YouTube channel has been renamed “Jujimufu” which confirms further than Juji is being serious in his video.

A Twitter user suggested that Juji and Tom may no longer be able to collaborate due to legal or financial reasons, however, these claims are unconfirmed and neither Juji, nor Tom, have released any details on why they have parted ways.

Tom took to Twitter on March 20th to let his fans know how he was doing: “I’m ok. Making videos again soon, thanks for the support“. It’s unclear exactly why Tom and Juji have gone their separate ways, but both have stated that they’ll now be making videos on their own.

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