The youngest flexer in the game is back…kinda.
Lil Tay, the 9-year old that shook the social media world with 2.7 million followers on Instagram and a big passion for flashing money and cars has posted to her now blank Instagram page with one video post. Lil Tay shot to fame last year via social media screaming easy money, cars, houses, and fame. But her short reign came to an end when a ‘Good Morning America’ interview revealed her mother and brother were behind the puppeting of a child. Or were they?
Together with the new subscription streaming service Zeus, Lil Tay’s wiped out Instagram page teased a trailer of a docu-series that will set the record straight. The post is captioned; “Lil Tay is going through a lot troubles and the most difficult time in her life at the moment, but she has a show coming out on July 13. Which she had filmed before these events, but Lil Tay will be back soon.. ~ Lil Tays Management.”
The trailer begins with the usual clips of Tay holding money and claiming her flex status. The camera then flashes to what seems to be a dance class with influencer Candice Craig where Tay is taking lessons to tie her fame to a productive talent. The docuseries is meant to rebuilt the young girl’s image as promised by “Lil Tay’s management” who we are unsure of who that may be.
If you haven’t heard about what our friends at Zeus are doing here’s a bit more info!
The Zeus Network is a new video on demand app and subscription service founded by TV producer Lemuel Plummer and co-founded by digital stars King Bach, Amanda Cerny and DeStorm Power. Created by creators for creators the network will launch on July 13th, with Lil Tay’s docuseries being one of their first projects.
Will you be watching Lil Tay’s docuseries? What are your thoughts on her comeback? Let us know!