Rapper Lil Tay Denounces False Death Rumors Amid Hacking Claims

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Rapper Lil Tay's fake death news made a lot of people talk on the internet. Her ex-manager, Diomi Cordero, responded to this news and said in a short message during an interview with a British news source, "The only thing worse than being talked about is not being talked about."

After finding out that the news about Lil Tay's death was not true, her ex-manager talked to the the Mirror.

Lil Tay, the rapper, said recently that she is not dead. She explained that her account was hacked, and someone else posted the fake news about her death.

In her message, she said, "I'm completely heartbroken, and struggling to even find the right words to say. It’s been a very traumatising 24 hours. All day yesterday, I was bombarded with endless heartbreaking and tearful phone calls from loved ones all while trying to sort out this mess."

People were shocked when they saw a message about Lil Tay's death on her Instagram account last Wednesday.

Before this fake news, Lil Tay had not been active on the internet since 2018, and she had removed all her posts from Instagram.

After the news of her death spread, the Vancouver Police said they didn't know anything about her or her brother passing away. Her father also didn't confirm the news of her death, which turned out to be fake.

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