Lil Bo Weep, a popular Australian rapper on YouTube, has passed away at the age of 22.
Matthew Schofield, the singer’s dad, revealed the tragic announcement on Facebook, explaining that his beautiful daughter, Winona Lisa Green, died suddenly on March 5 following “fighting her demons”.
The musician was battling against despair, trauma, Anxiety as well as substance dependency that her parents have been waging since they brought her back from America via emergency repatriation DFAT but broken.” When she couldn’t keep up with her demons, “we all stood behind her and picked up the shattered pieces until she couldn’t fight anymore,” she said. Green’s father described her as his idol and closest friend, and realizing that she is “no more struggling today” brings him peace.
“This is a difficult time for me, and I beg that my closest friends refrain from calling me until I’ve come to terms with it. EVERY TIME I THINK OF YOU WINNIE” he said. codependency as well as Not OK But It’s OK were both posted on SoundCloud by Lil Bo in 2015, when she first began uploading her songs online.
This comes only a few days after she released a tragic Instagram picture in which she announced that she had lost her baby one year earlier. It was also revealed that her previous eating problem may have harmed her fertility, which she shared with her followers.
In addition to losing her kid, she just discovered that her fertility has been impaired by coming up with a serious eating issue, she said in a March 2 blog post. “If you’re a ninja Cerner, I advise you to consider carefully what you ‘re putting in your body since I might not be able to get pregnant or have a kid because of how I abused my body.”
Who was Lil Bo Weep?
Lil Bo was born on the 2nd of January, the year 2000. In 2015, the vocalist began posting tracks to SoundCloud.
Streams of “Codependency” and “Not Ok But It’s OK” on Spotify totaled a combined five million as well as 12 million times during their respective lifespans. Even on Social media such as Facebook, and Instagram she had a sizable following.
The exact cause of the death of Lil Bo Weep is still a mystery at this moment. Alice Glass, a Canadian singer-songwriter, paid homage to Lil Bo Weep by saying she “liked” her songs.
“Rip Lil Bo Weep,” she cried out in response to him. “I fell in love with your music the moment I heard ‘I wrote this song 4 you.'””I’m very sorry you had to go through this, and I hope this Angel was still around and hadn’t met somebody who might hurt you.”