Lil Tay Manager Thinks Death Hoax Was NOT Hacking -- But A Publicity Stunt!
11.08.2023 - 00:53
Lil Tay’s former manager isn’t buying that a hacker was behind her death hoax!
For those who haven’t been keeping up, this bizarre situation began on Wednesday when a since-deleted message appeared on the internet personality’s Instagram account announcing she and her brother, Jason Tian, unexpectedly died. Both of their deaths also were “under investigation,” per the statement.
The news of their deaths rocked social media. However, many soon grew suspicious of this death announcement once people close to Tay started to speak out about the situation. Lil Tay’s ex-manager Harry Tsang said he could not “confirm or dismiss the legitimacy of the statement.” Even her father, Chris Hope, refused to confirm the teenager’s passing!
Related: Lil Tay’s YouTube Bio Was Changed To Disturbing Message MONTHS Ago!
Further fueling everyone’s suspicions? Both the Los Angeles Police Department and Vancouver Police Department said there was no investigation for anyone named Claire Hope, Tay’s supposed legal name. So naturally, folks began to doubt whether this announcement was true!
In a shocking twist of events, the 14-year-old (whose now says her legal name is Tay Tian) came forward on Thursday to reveal she and Jason were very much alive! As for how this announcement came to be? Lil Tay claimed her “Instagram account was compromised by a 3rd party, and used to spread jarring misinformation and rumors regarding me.” Hmm…
While fans are, of course, breathing a sigh of relief that Lil Tay is alive, some are questioning whether this whole debacle was a publicity stunt by the former viral star — including her former manager. Tsang told Fox News Digital on Thursday he’s relieved by “the fact that she is safe.” But he does not believe she was
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