- She died on March 3, her father announced on Facebook.
- The cause of his death is yet to be disclosed
- “I am proud of him beyond words,” wrote his father
Australian rapper and YouTube star Lil Bo Veep has sadly passed away. She was 22 when she breathed her last. The singer died on March 3, her father Matthew Schofield confirmed on Facebook, reported E! News. He wrote in his post, “This weekend we lost the battle for my daughter’s life against depression, trauma, PTSD and drug addiction since we brought her back from the US via emergency repatriation DFAT but broke down. ” The cause of his death has not been disclosed yet.
According to her father’s post, the Australian singer “fought hard against her demons as we were all shoulder to shoulder next to her to pick up broken pieces but she couldn’t fight anymore and we lost her.” Gave.”
Following the singer’s death, fans mourned her passing in the comments section, saying, “I love you. I’m sorry baby girl. In another life” and “Rest in Peace Winona your music took me through the most difficult times of life.” Received through one of the .
Her father shared in the love and adoration of her fans saying, “As his father, I am proud of him beyond words because he is my hero, my daughter and my best friend that I love so much. She is no longer in pain. The universe wants its angel back.”
Matthews mourning the death of his daughter also asked friends for space, “At this time a big part of me is lost, but I respectfully ask that my closest friends try not to call me until I Can’t get over it.”
Lil Bo Veep, whose real name was Winona Brooks, started sharing her music on SoundCloud in 2015 and has gained many followers. His last post was a one and a half minute song titled PTSD, reported E! News.
In her most recent Instagram post, which was shared on March 2, she said that she was mourning the anniversary of the loss of a child.
“I would like to do something in her memory, preferably spread some flowers on the beach and just spend the day mourning. I would really appreciate if someone online would be kind enough to do this for me and with me,” she said .
In the video, she can be seen crying and explaining her grief in the caption, “I’m heavily on seroquel to avoid any psychosis from my CPTSD. Not only am I grieving my baby, I’m on my own.” I recently learned that my fertility is affected by growing up with a serious eating disorder.”
Before sharing the emotional post, she posted a photo of her baby bump on February 26, with the caption, ‘Your condolences.
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