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Lil Tay, 16, claims she was SWATTED by her own father in new video – months after her viral death hoax


Social media personality Lil Tay is claiming that her ‘abusive’ and ‘psycho’ father swatted her just months after she blamed him for a death hoax that went viral. 

In a recent Instagram story, the 16-year-old – who has 5 million followers – said her father, Christopher Hope, is trying to silence her from exposing him. 

‘My abusive father, Chris Hope, swatted me to prevent me from continuing to expose his racism, misogyny, sexually abusive behavior, and domestic violence,’ she said.

Swatting refers to the act of calling law enforcement to report a serious crime like an active shooting or a hostage situation to have the police sent to a location. 

In August, a message appeared on the singer’s Instagram notifying fans that she had died unexpectedly. Just one day later, however, she confirmed that she was alive. 

Earlier this year Lil Tay posted another Instagram story with a picture of her dad, writing: ‘My abusive, racist, misogynistic, woman beating father faked my death.’

Social media personality Lil Tay (pictured) is claiming that her ‘abusive’ and ‘psycho’ father swatted her just months after she blamed him for a death hoax that went viral 

'My abusive father, Chris Hope, swatted me to prevent me from continuing to expose his racism, misogyny, sexually abusive behavior, and domestic violence ,' she said in an IG story

‘My abusive father, Chris Hope, swatted me to prevent me from continuing to expose his racism, misogyny, sexually abusive behavior, and domestic violence ,’ she said in an IG story

Earlier this year, Lil Tay put a picture of her father on her Instagram story, writing: 'My abusive, racist, misogynistic, woman beating father faked my death.'

Earlier this year, Lil Tay put a picture of her father on her Instagram story, writing: ‘My abusive, racist, misogynistic, woman beating father faked my death.’

In the new Instagram story, the teen rapper doubled down on her battle with her dad, calling him a ‘psycho’ for his alleged behavior, including the ‘swatting.’ 

The video was shared to TikTok by a concerned fan who wrote: ‘Swatting ur daughter cus she exposed u is so ickyy.’ 

Swatting refers to the act of calling law enforcement to report a serious crime like an active shooting or a hostage situation to have the police sent to a location. 

‘You swatted my house, you f**king psycho,’ she is heard saying in the video. 

‘You cannot f**king stop me. You cannot f**king silence me,’ Lil Tay continues. 

The teen goes on to say that she is not just fighting for herself anymore, but ‘for all girls and women.’ 

In a story posted Wednesday evening, she accused Hope of skipping out on child support for ‘years’ and told him to pay up. 

‘Chris Hope, pay the child support and S7 $$ you’ve owed me for years,’ she wrote. 

In that story, she shared a post she put up on her account from August 18 in which lawyers for Tay’s mother – Angela Tian – said they were fighting Hope in court. 

In the new Instagram story, the teen rapper doubled down on her battle with her dad, calling him a 'psycho' for his alleged behavior, including the 'swatting'

In the new Instagram story, the teen rapper doubled down on her battle with her dad, calling him a ‘psycho’ for his alleged behavior, including the ‘swatting’

'You swatted my house, you f**king psycho,' she is heard saying in the video

‘You swatted my house, you f**king psycho,’ she is heard saying in the video

Lil Tay (left) is seen with her father, Chris Hope (right), in a picture from her childhood

Lil Tay (left) is seen with her father, Chris Hope (right), in a picture from her childhood

'Chris Hope, pay the child support and S7 ¿¿¿¿ you've owed me for years,' she wrote

‘Chris Hope, pay the child support and S7 ���� you’ve owed me for years,’ she wrote

The Lil Tay Instagram account released a statement in August from their legal team Lorne MacLean K.C and Fraser MacLean of MacLean Law on behalf of Tay's mother Angela

The Lil Tay Instagram account released a statement in August from their legal team Lorne MacLean K.C and Fraser MacLean of MacLean Law on behalf of Tay’s mother Angela

The reposted Instagram stories elicited a strong reaction on TikTok from Lil Tay supporters and fans who cannot believe what the teen is going through. 

‘I HOPE SHES OKAY WHAT THE HELL,’ one person wrote. 

‘I feel so bad bruh sis is 16!! and has gone through so much,’ another added. 

‘Getting swatted by your dad is crazy,’ a third wrote. 

All may not be as it seems, however, as Hope has released statements calling all the allegations lobbed at him by his daughter ‘100% false.’ 

He told TMZ in September: ‘The person who is responsible for that Instagram post, as well as anyone repeating the completely false and libelous accusation within it, are virtually certain to become defendants in a defamation lawsuit.’ 

‘Everything stated is 100% false, and I trust that this should be obvious to anyone who knows me or the long history of absurd and untrue statements made by the various people who have controlled the Instagram account,’ the statement read. 

Hope and Tian have been embroiled in a custody dispute for years over Tay and her brother, Jason. 

Tay who was born Claire Hope, rose to fame at age nine by flashing stacks of cash, using inflammatory language, and starting feuds with other social media stars.

Tay who was born Claire Hope, rose to fame at age nine by flashing stacks of cash, using inflammatory language, and starting feuds with other social media stars

Tay who was born Claire Hope, rose to fame at age nine by flashing stacks of cash, using inflammatory language, and starting feuds with other social media stars

Lil Tay posted this pic to Instagram on October 2

Lil Tay posted this pic to Instagram on October 2

In 2018, Hope obtained a court order requiring her to stop making online content and return to her native Vancouver, BC in Canada. 

At the time, Hope told Hollywood Life, ‘Everyone else involved in this situation is motivated by money and the possibility of making money off of my daughter.

‘I am not fighting about money; I am fighting for my daughter – for her happiness and her future,’ the father said. 

Since that time, Tay’s social media accounts have been dark until the death hoax. 

Following the hoax and the statement from MacLean Law Firm, Tay has been back up to her old ways and is now veering more into the music-making business. 

On October 1, Tay released a teaser for her new song, ‘Sucker 4 Green,’ along with a snippet of her music video. 

‘IM BACK, IM BACK, IM BACK,’ she wrote. ‘YALL BITCHES THOUGHT THE SHOW WAS OVER. SUCKER 4 GREEN OUT NOW!!!’ 

Another post made on October 2 shows the 16-year-old leaning against a sports car in a scantily clad outfit while promoting her new song. 



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