Lil Tay returns to Instagram for the first time in five years to launch another attack on her father after accusing him of abusing her and faking her death

Lil Tay has made her official comeback to social media after a five year hiatus as she launched another attack on her father and dropped a new music video on Saturday titled Sucker 4 Green. 

The 14-year-old media sensation – who notably claimed her father was behind a death hoax that occurred last month – also jumped onto an Instagram Live to address her social media disappearance. 

On her main Instagram page, the influence uploaded a snippet of the new music video to her 4.9 million followers and excitedly penned, ‘IM BACK IM BACK IM BACK LINK IN MY BIO‼️

‘YALL B****ES THOUGHT THE SHOW WAS OVER. SUCKER 4 GREEN OUT NOW!!!’ 

The video – which has already garnered a whopping 1 million views – shows the star hanging out at a luxurious house in sunny Los Angeles while showing off lavish vehicles. 

Meanwhile Tay accused her father of being behind the social media hoax which left fans and loved ones fearing she had passed away alongside her brother, claiming it was for a cryptocurrency scam. 

Return: Lil Tay, 14, has made her official comeback to social media after a five year hiatus and in celebration, also dropped a new music video on Saturday titled: Sucker 4 Green

Big comeback! On her main Instagram page, the influence uploaded a snippet of the new music video to her 4.9 million followers and excitedly penned, ‘IM BACK IM BACK IM BACK LINK IN MY BIO‼️

In the track, Lil Tay sings about luxury, with some lyrics including, ‘Money, money, money/I just can’t look away from it, I want it, want it, want it’ and ‘Nothin’ wrong with bein’ rich and blessed/And I just want a few yachts and mansions right now.’ 

She also showcased her dance skills by performing choreography with backup dancers that were all wearing black suits and green ties. 

Tay donned various ensembles during the clip, such as a vibrant orange, pleated miniskirt and a matching cropped jacket. 

Towards the beginning of the video, Tay’s brother Jason, 21, and her mother Angela Tian, also made brief cameos as they sat inside one of the expensive vehicles. 

Her comeback comes just one month after her death hoax – which first began when the media personality’s family issued a ‘statement’ on the teen’s Instagram account. 

Along with Tay, her brother Jason Tian was also reported to have passed as well – per the since-deleted statement. 

During an Instagram LIVE that also took place on Saturday, Lil Tay addressed her five year disappearance from social media and also discussed the death hoax – and claimed her father was behind it. 

Earlier this week, she shared a photo of her dad – named Christopher J. Hope – on her stories with the message: ‘My abusive racist misogynistic woman beating father faked my death.’ 

As she talked to her fans, the star stated, ‘Chris Hope was the one who did the death hoax. He was trying to sabotage me.’ She then claimed that her father and another individual had planned to ‘fake’ her death for a cryptocurrency scheme.

Whopping views: The video – which has already currently garnered a whopping 1 million views – shows the star hanging out at a luxurious house in sunny Los Angeles while showing off lavish vehicles

Dance skills: She also showcased her dance skills by performing choreography with backup dancers that were all wearing black suits and green ties

Cameos: Towards the beginning of the video, Tay’s brother Jason, 21, and her mother Angela Tian, also made brief cameos as they sat inside one of the expensive vehicles

Death hoax: Her comeback comes just one month after her death hoax – which first began when the media personality’s family issued a statement on the teen’s Instagram account

Not real: Along with Tay, her brother Jason Tian was also reported to have passed as well – per the since-deleted statement

Lil Tay also detailed past ‘abusive’ and ‘inappropriate behavior’ from her father but came to the defense of her mother, Angela.

In August, the statement that ‘announced’ her death had read, ‘It is with a heavy heart that we share the devastating news of our beloved Claire’s sudden and tragic passing. We have no words to express the unbearable loss and indescribable pain.’ 

They called the death ‘unexpected’ and added that it has ‘left us all in shock. Her brother’s passing adds an even more unimaginable depth to our grief.’ 

Upon asking for privacy, the text concluded with, ‘Claire will forever remain in our hearts, her absence leaving an irreplaceable void that will be felt by all who knew and loved her.’ 

However, her death was shrouded in mystery and Tay herself confirmed that she was alive soon after the statement was released. 

She told TMZ at the time, ‘I want to make it clear that my brother and I are safe and alive, but I’m completely heartbroken, and struggling to even find the right words to say. It’s been a very traumatizing 24 hours.’ 

‘All day yesterday, I was bombarded with endless heartbreaking and tearful phone calls from loved ones all while trying to sort out this mess.’ 

The influencer claimed that her Instagram account had actually been hacked and ‘used to spread jarring misinformation and rumors regarding me, to the point that even my name was wrong. My legal name is Tay Tian, not “Claire Hope.”‘ 

Speaking out: During an Instagram LIVE that also took place on Saturday, Lil Tay addressed her five year disappearance from social media and also discussed the death hoax – and claimed her father was behind it

Addressing fans: As she talked to her fans, the star stated, ‘Chris Hope was the one who did the death hoax. He was trying to sabotage me

Recent post: Earlier this week, she shared a photo of her dad – named Christopher J. Hope – on her stories with the message: ‘My abusive racist misogynistic woman beating father faked my death

After Tay claimed her father was behind the hoax with her Instagram stories post on Tuesday, he hit back at the ‘false and absurd’ post. 

He told TMZ, ‘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.’

Lil Tay’s parents have been embroiled in a custody dispute for years.

Last month Lil Tay’s mother Angela broke her silence announcing she has come to an agreement with the father of the social media star after years of feuding – with a $275K agreement showing the embattled sides finally have a legal understanding regarding who has custody of the social media star, and where she will live.

The young influencer will live with her mother Angela who will have sole decision-making power according to a statement released on her behalf via social media.

‘False’: After Tay claimed her father was behind the hoax with her Instagram stories post on Tuesday, he hit back at the ‘false and absurd’ post

Defending himself: ‘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’ he added

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

In the statement it said that the teen’s father Christopher Hope will pay $275,000 in back-dated child support and continue making monthly payments until she reaches adulthood.

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

The MacLean law statement began by saying: ‘We have been asked to clarify media confusion as to the current state of the family law proceedings, including custody, child parenting and child support.’

The statement also seems to reveal that Lil Tay’s career can finally resume with Angela in sole control as it read: ‘MacLean Law successfully obtained orders for our client that have enabled her daughter to advance her career.’

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

Since that time, Tay’s social media accounts had been dark – until she made her return on Saturday. 

Her older half-brother Jason, now 21, was credited with directing the foul-mouthed videos that catapulted her to internet fame – which began when she was just nine-years-old. 

Chuck Wigg, who has been dating Angela, told DailyMail.com the teen has been living in Los Angeles for several months, working on her music career. ‘Tay is gifted. If anyone can make it, it’s her,’ he said.

‘She’s been focused on her music, singing and acting, she can play the piano and guitar. She speaks and sings in Mandarin.’ 

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