Part of the mystery has been lifted. On August 2, the singer and dancer Turquoise Miami revealed on her Instagram account the death of her 4-year-old daughter Lauren. Born of her love affair with rapper Fetty Wap, the young mother called on her fans to send all their love to her little “incredible mermaid princess Aquarius, beautiful, funny, vibrant, loving, talented, intelligent and stubborn”, without however revealing the causes of his death. What TMZ revealed, after consulting the girl’s death certificate. It was actually on June 24 that little Lauren succumbed to “a cardiac arrhythmia due to a congenital heart defect”.

However, taking the information from TMZ, Turquoise Miami clarified that this cause of death was the one that had been determined in the first place after consulting little Lauren’s history, and that it was possible that it was not the only one that cost the child’s life, according to The Sun. “This is why we are awaiting the results of the autopsy,” said the ex-companion of Fetty Wap, who for her part has not officially commented on the death of her daughter, which occurred in Riverdale, Georgia.

Did Fetty Wap speak out after her daughter died?

Father of six children, born to five different mothers, Fetty Wap had paid a discreet tribute to his little Lauren by dedicating a performance to her during a concert. “LoLo, daddy did that for you last night, little girl,” he wrote in an Instagram caption after the Rolling Loud festival in Miami. The 4-year-old girl was the only child born from the loves of Turquoise Miami and the rapper, of whom she was the fifth child after Aydin, born in 2011, Zaviera, born in 2015, Amani and Khari Barbie Maxwell. Lauren’s birth was followed by that of Zyheir Maxwell.

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