Lil Bo Weep, Youtuber and Artist From Australia, Died Aged 22.
According to a Facebook post by her father, Australian artist Lil Bo Weep, who had over 239,000 monthly listeners on Spotify, passed away on Saturday after struggling with depression, trauma, and drug addiction.
With help from others, including Matthew Schofield’s observation that “she fought hard against her demons as we all did side by side next to her and picking up the broken pieces over and over again, but she could not fight any more and we lost her,” the group eventually succeeded in burying their loved one.
On Facebook on Sunday (March 6), her father Matthew Schofield confirmed the tragedy, stating that she had passed away from “depression, trauma, PTSD, and drug addiction.”
Schofield posted on Facebook, “This weekend we lost the struggle for my daughter’s life against despair, trauma, PTSD, and drug addiction that we have been battling since we received her back from the United States via emergency repatriation DFAT.”
She battled her demons valiantly, as did we all at her side, picking up the shattered remains time and time again, but ultimately she was defeated, and we were forced to let her go. She’s my inspiration, my daughter, and my closest friend, and I love her more than anything in the world, so naturally I’m her father and I’m really proud of everything she’s accomplished. Now that everyone wants their angel back, she is no longer in pain.
Winona Lisa Green, also known as Lil Bo Weep, started using’monikers’ to publish her music on SoundCloud in 2015. She gained notoriety because to songs like “not ok but its alright,” “Sorry,” and “CODEPENDENCY,” which helped her gain a sizable internet fan base. Her final SoundCloud upload was a ‘PTSD’ song that lasted around a minute and a half.
Just Who Was This Mysterious Little Bo Weep?
- On January 2, 1998, Lil Bo Weep entered this world.
- In 2015, the vocalist began using SoundCloud to release original tracks.
- Five million and twelve million people have listened to her tracks “Codependency” and “Not OK But It’s OK” on Spotify.
- She also had considerable popularity on the video-sharing platforms TikTok and Instagram, respectively.
How Much Money Did Lil Bo Weep Have?
Money for Lil Bo Weep came through her YouTube and other social media channels.
It is unclear how much money she had when she passed away.
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When Did Lil Bo Weep Pass Away, and Why?
On March 5, 2022, Lil Bo Weep passed away, although the specifics of her death are still unknown.
Her father, Matthew Schofield, expressed his anguish by posting a picture of the two of them on Facebook.
The following is what he penned: “My wife and I have been battling despair, trauma, PTSD, and drug addiction ever since we brought our daughter back from the United States through emergency repatriation with DFAT. Sadly, we lost the battle for my daughter’s life this past weekend.
“She battled her demons valiantly, and we all fought with her, picking up the pieces of her life time and time again, but ultimately she was defeated, and we lost her.
“As her father, I couldn’t be more pleased with how she turned out; she’s my inspiration, my daughter, and my closest friend, and she has my undying affection.
“With the realisation that everyone in the universe wants their angel back, she is no longer in pain.
I’m really struggling right now, and I’d appreciate it if my close friends wouldn’t bother me too much by calling until I’ve made some progress.
Canadian singer Alice Glass paid homage, saying that she “liked” Lil Bo Weep’s songs.
What did she say? “Sad loss of Little Bo.
“Initially exposed to “I composed this song 4 you,” I found your music to be instantly enjoyable.
I wish this Angel was still alive and had never met somebody who could harm you; I am so sorry you went through that.