Why Lil Tay’s Mom Was Fired From Her Job – Details Here!
Internet sensation, Lil Tay may have caused her manager mom her job. The 9 year old whose fame continues to grow on social media has been involved in fights, she admitted she uses drugs and she curses her haters out regularly. She’s also known for always carrying a stack of money, showing off her clothes, jewelry and luxury cars she allegedly owns. In addition, there are reports that Lil Tay may currently be under house arrest.
All of her antics reportedly hit the corporate world when it was brought to the attention of her mother, Angela Tian’s bosses that she manages the 9 year old who is also her daughter. Disgusted and dismayed by Lil Tay’s behavior and her mother who promulgated it, the bosses at the Vancouver firm Pacific Place Group decided to fire her. The company’s director of business, Jim Lew, issued the following statement, “When we found out about this activity last week we had to dismiss her. There is no place for this sort of activity in our industry. Angela has only been a realtor with our brokerage firm for six months.”
In other Lil Tay news: There were buzzes that Tay was in talks about signing with Rich Forever Music. There was also talks about a Tay, Chief Keef collabo single coming soon.
Check out her latest post below.
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