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The rapper alleges that her social media accounts were hacked.

Lil Tay maintains that she is alive and asserts her social media accounts were hacked, but also denies any information.

The news of Lil Tay’s death has prompted questions about the social media personality and rapper, who was posthumously on her Instagram account.

On Thursday, a Canadian influencer named Claire Eileen Qi Hope, who is 14 years old, informed TMZ that she is alive, alleging that her account was hacked and used to spread “jarring misinformation” about her and her brother’s demise. The original post has been removed from her profile.

USA TODAY has contacted Lil Tay’s management, but they have not confirmed her survival independently.

After the announcement was made, Lil Tay’s death spread on Wednesday morning. However, Harry Tsang, her father and former manager, stated in statements given to Insider that they were unable to confirm her death.

The current knowledge on the situation is what we have, and it’s not clear why.

Did Lil Tay die due to misinformation on social media?

Lil Tay’s Instagram account was linked to a statement that claimed her death on Wednesday.

“Our hearts are heavy as we mourn the loss of our precious Claire, who passed away unexpectedly and without warning yesterday.”

Lil Tay’s management later apologized and told USA TODAY they’regretted it’ That post did not mention the date or cause of death for Lilly.

The Instagram post also claimed that the influencer’s brother had died, but did not reveal his identity. On Wednesday, Lil Tay informed TMZ that her brother was still alive.

The owner of Lil Tay’s Instagram account, who owns the platform, was asked if they suspected a hack by Meta, the parent company of Instagram, according to USA TODAY.

The Los Angeles County Sheriff’s Department, the Royal Canadian Mounted Police, and the coroner’ s office in British Columbia have been approached by USA TODAY. The LA medical examiner’S office stated that it had no information.

Why couldn’t the father of Lil Tay prove her death?

The controversy has not been clarified by Lil Tay’s father, Christopher Hope.

In a statement released on Wednesday, Hope informed Insider that he was unable to comment on the Instagram post and did not confirm or deny reports of his daughter’s death.

Can you tell me what Lil Tay’s mother said about her son’S death?

The death announcement was not elucidated by Fraser MacLean, who is the representative of Lil Tay’s mother Angela Tian.

“The situation is extremely sensitive, and we cannot provide any information at this time,” MacLean stated in a statement released on Thursday by People magazine.

What has Lil Tay’s previous supervisor shared?

Harry Tsang, Lil Tay’s ex-manager, expressed doubt about the rapper’ rumored hack on her Instagram account in a statement to USA TODAY on Thursday.

Tsang expressed doubt that the reported hacking incident actually happened, stating that he hasn’t been in contact with Lil Tay’s family for two years. “The restoration of a compromised account on platforms like Meta/Instagram typically does not require resumption of 24-hour processing.”

Tsang suggested that the announcement of the death may have been made to generate publicity for the influencer and gain sympathy from fans. He further speculated that their intention behind these events could be a strategy to illicitly gather funds from dedicated supporters and unaware bystanders.

Who exactly is Lil Tay?

In 2018, Lil Tay gained widespread attention by posting videos of herself flashing wads of cash, riding a fancy car, and on house tours. She was recognized as the “youngest flexer” and went on to gain over 3 million followers on Instagram.

“I’m the youngest flexer at 9 and I think it’s funny because I’ve accomplished so much,” she stated on “Good Morning America” in May 2018. “If people don’t believe me, I don’t care.”

She also criticized those who accused her family of exploiting her. “No one is forcing me to do this,” she said.

Despite her daughter’s swearing on social media, Angie, who preferred to remain anonymous, told “GMA” that Lil Tay is “a great kid and well-behaved.”

The young influencer had not shared any pictures on her Instagram feed in recent years, with the most recent ones being from June 2018. Besides the announcement of her death, the account also expressed mourning for the passing of another young star, rapper XXLentacion.

The death of Lil Tay, a young rapper and viral sensation, at the age of 14 was an absolute surprise.

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