In the wake of Lil Tay (real name Tay Tian) accusing her father of faking her death, she is believed to have been spotted out in public for the first time since the apparent hoax.
RELATED: New Statement Reportedly Claims Tay Tian Is Not Dead, Says Instagram Was ‘Compromised By A Third Party’
Is Lil Tay In Incognito Mode?
On Wednesday (Sept. 27), Splash News photographers spotted the person believed to be Lil Tay at Los Angeles International Airport (LAX).
The video shows the figure wearing an all-black outfit, complete with a hoodie, face mask, and sunglasses.
As the person alleged to be Lil Tay is questioned about some of the recent drama she’s faced, she remains silent while walking to a waiting car.
In addition to personal security, the Daily Mail reports that the woman alleged to be Lil Tay appeared to be accompanied by her brother — Jason Tian — and mother, Angela Tian.
Check out the footage down below.
The Teen Recently Blasted Her “Abusive” Father Online
This update comes just one day after Lil Tay shared an Instagram Story accusing her father, Christopher J. Hope, of being “abusive” and setting the death hoax into motion.
Above a photo of her dad, Lil Tay wrote, “My abusive racist misogynistic woman beating father faked my death.”
However, Christopher Hope pushed back against the allegation. According to TMZ, Hope declared, “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.”
As The Shade Room reported, a statement previously posted to Lil Tay’s Instagram declared the teen had unexpectedly passed away. A subsequent statement contradicted this claim and alleged that her account had been hacked.
Following this development, family attorneys representing the teen noted that her dad owes $275K in child support.
RELATED: Family Attorneys For Lil Tay Say The Minor Is In Her Mother’s Custody, While Father Owes $275K In Child Support