How passed away Lil Tay? The manner of Lil Tay’s demise is unknown. As the inquiry into her death and the death of her brother is still underway, her family requested privacy.
Rapper XXXTentacion was the subject of her last post before the news.
“X you truly changed me ❤️ you were there for me when everyone wanted me to fail, you were there to give me advice, you were there,” she captioned. “As a father figure, when I don’t have one, you were here, FaceTiming me and calling me for hours when I’m down, 3 hours ago you announced the Charity event we were going to throw, we had everything setup, I can’t believe this, the evil in the world, This isn’t good Bye
I Love you Bro ❤️💔😔😢❤️”
Who Are Lil Tay’s Parents?
Lil Tay’s social media profiles became dormant in 2019 as a result of a custody dispute between Hope’s father Chris Hope and mother Angela Tian. When it was discovered that Angela Tian, a real estate agent, had exploited vacant homes for Lil Tay’s movies, she was reportedly forced to retire. According to The Cut, her brother Jason Tian is also thought to have contributed to her success and persona.
“My daughter is hurting and she is angry. I regret that I was unable to stop all the negative things from happening to her,” Chris Hope said in a statement Hollywood Life. “I am heartbroken about what has happened, not only to her, but also to my other family members, due to past events and now, due to the lies and harassment that were posted on Instagram. I don’t know if the Instagram was hacked or not; all I know is that the person or people controlling the Instagram did things that are crimes in Canada and in California, and we will see what happens with that.”
“When my daughter’s social media began to go viral this year, I disagreed with most of the social media activity, the statement continued. “I took legal steps to stop things which I felt were dangerous to her physical and mental health and to her future,” Chris explained. “I do not think a 10-year-old girl should be put in those situations and made to drop out of school so that she can make money for other people.”
“Everyone else involved in this situation is motivated by money and the possibility of making money off of my daughter. I am not fighting about money; I am fighting for my daughter – for her happiness and her future,” Chris revealed. “My daughter wants to pursue acting and singing, and I support her 100 percent in following her dreams. I think she was given bad advice about many things earlier this year, and she was steered in the wrong direction by various people. I hope my daughter is able to follow a path that will make her happy, keep her safe, and allow her to grow up into the amazing person I know she is.”
Jason Tian started a GoFundMe in 2021 and claimed Chris Hope and his wife Hanee Hope had physically and psychologically assaulted her. GoFundMe raised $17,000 in total.