Who Are Lil Tay Parents? Meet Her Mom And Dad!
Lil Tay was a young rapper, influencer, and social media star. She became well-known on social media in 2018, showing up in a few videos boasting about her wealth and regularly using profanity. The nine-year-old’s films parody rap culture by showcasing her flashing large sums of money in opulent homes and vehicles.
Lil Tay smoked hookah, got into rap fights with other social media celebrities, and boasted in videos that her toilet cost more than some people’s rent.
With her widely shared Instagram videos, she presented herself as “the youngest flexer of the century.” After that, she vanished from sight for three years until making a comeback in 2021.
Who Are Lil Tay’s Parents?
Lil Tay (actual name: Claire Eileen Qi Hope) was born into a wealthy family in Vancouver, Canada, between 2008 and 2009.
Angela Tian and Christopher J. Hope, her parents, work in the corporate world. The family first lived in Atlanta, Georgia, before relocating to Los Angeles, California.
She was a young Canadian-Chinese woman. Information about her death indicates that she was not the only child. She and her older brother Jason Tian both d!ed on the same day and at the same time. Her father is a lawyer, pilot, and novelist; her mother, Tian, is a retired real estate agent.
Even though Lil Tay was controversial for such a young age, Tay and her family did not seem to care because Tay’s mother stated in a Good Morning America interview that she is supportive of whatever her daughter chooses to do. Tay’s mother promised to support her in achieving her goals.
During the interview, Angie addressed rumors that Tay’s problematic online presence led to her termination from her real estate job at Pacific Evergreen Realty. Angie resigned before Pacific Evergreen Realty could terminate her, according to the company. During her interview on Good Morning America, she said to Juju Chang, “I didn’t get fired.”
Lil Tay’s father denies to confirm whether she is actually dead or not. 😮 pic.twitter.com/T81ZrohQU5
— Pop Hive (@thepophive) August 10, 2023
Lil Tay’s Family Confirms Her Deαth
Lil Tay was declared deceased on August 9, 2023. Her family verified the news. Her family and her older brother, Jason Tian, announced her death in a statement on Wednesday.
“It is with heavy hearts that we share the heartbreaking news of our beloved Claire’s untimely and tragic death.” “No words describe our unbearable loss and indescribable pain.” The outcome was completely unexpected, and it has left us all stunned. Her brother’s death adds an unbelievable depth to our pain.
“We kindly ask for privacy during this time of immense sorrow as we grieve this overwhelming loss, as the circumstances surrounding Claire and her brother’s deaths are still under investigation.”
“Claire will live on in our hearts forever, her absence leaving an irreplaceable void felt by all who knew and loved her.”
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