Fetty Wap's 4-year-old daughter, Lauren, has died.
Fetty, 30, appeared to reference the heartbreaking passing on Sunday, the day after his Rolling Loud show, when he wrote, "Lolo daddy did that sh** last night for you baby girl."
The sad news have been confirmed by her mother, Turquoise Miami, when she took to social media to share the tragic news on Sunday in an Instagram post.
The post featured a 1 second video of the happy, little girl, smiling and playing in a swimming pool while wearing a pink bathing suit.
It was captioned: "This is my amazing ,beautiful , funny , vibrant, loving ,talented , smart and hardheaded princess mermaid Aquarius. If you see this post scrolling by with her comment or just say to yourself "i love you LAUREN" because they say that souls can feel your love #rip💔"
When faced with cruel comments and parenting criticism online, Lauren's mother asked social media commenters to show them respect and release their negativity elsewhere, rather than on the two, mourning parents.
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"The internet had very negative energy towards our child which bought me distress reading," she pleaded in a heartfelt post. "So please stop any negativity towards him. Lauren love her daddy too just like she love me and he mourning hard just like me."
Despite the rudeness of some, many other friends and followers were to quick to offer Miami and Fetty their love and condolences.
One user said, "Sending love and strength your way", while many others simply followed her mother's request, flooding the feed with an outpouring of "I love you, Lauren" comments.
Another commented, "So sorry for your loss ❤️❤️ i been following you for a long time and watched her grow. Brought tears to my eyes . I’m praying for your strength & comfort during this hard time."
Lauren was the youngest child of the "How We Do Things" rapper's children, which also include Zaviera, Khari and Aydin. No other details have been given to the public by her parents surrounding the details of her passing.