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New York City mourns the loss of the Queen of Brooklyn.
Nenobia Washington, who went viral after an impromptu street interview with HotNewHipHop in 2015, has died. She was 38 and left a son named Tyeleck. Police sources confirmed the news to TMZ on Wednesday. November 3, claiming that police and paramedics responded to a call around 7:40 p.m. on Saturday, October 30. The influencer, who was also known as BK TidalWave, was found unconscious and unconscious outside a building in New York City and rushed to a nearby hospital, where she was pronounced deceased. The sources said the investigation found Washington’s injuries seem to indicate that she fell from a “high position,” adding that she is believed to have intentionally jumped six floors. According to TMZ, the investigation is still ongoing and the medical examiner has yet to determine the cause of death.
His family have reportedly received different accounts of what happened from people claiming to have witnessed the incident. Facebook posts from various people claiming to be members of her family surfaced over the weekend, with conflicting stories that she was missing or dead. A message from her cousin Dupree Frederick on Sunday October 31 announced that she had passed away. “It’s a sad sad day. I can’t believe I’m writing RIP for my fam / Lil Cuzzin / Lil sis Nenobia RIP We will truly miss you. God bless your soul, ”Frederick wrote on Facebook, along with pictures of her. “We will always miss you. It’s screwing me up. I love you family. David Jackson, the father of her child, spoke to the store and said he was told she fell from a window. Jackson has denied claims that Washington was missing before the incident, saying she spoke to their son the night before his death. Her son confirmed the tragic news on TikTok and asked his followers and fans for donations.
“Guys, it’s true. My mother is deceased. My family and I don’t have the money to send it properly, so if you can, can you please donate the money so that you can help us send my mom back ”, a- he said in the Tuesday November 2 video, adding a GoFundMe link to his post. “We are looking to raise funds for Nenobia Washington aka BK TidalWave Return Home Service. Nenobia brought laughs and tears, she was loved by many, so we’re going to make her as nice as possible to her, ”the description on the GoFundMe page reads. “Once we get a location, we’ll put the plans in place for people who want to show their respect to do so. The crowdsourcing page has already surpassed the goal of $ 30,000.