The world lost a precious soul on March 5, 2021. Lyric Chanel was a name up in the limelight for documenting her journey with brain cancer and anaplastic ependymoma for over a year. Moreover, her battle was supported by various celebrities including Beyonce and Cardi B up until the very end. And even after Lyric gained her angel wings, Beyoncé further stepped up to pay a hearty tribute to the young fan.
Here is a bio to honor Lyric Chanel’s journey.
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Lyric Chanel Death, Beyonce
“Just got news from Dr that Lyric is Dying and only has days to live…. These are the hardest words to have to hear.” This was the final update her Instagram channel made, two days before her death. Finally, early morning on March 5, 2021, Lyric Chanel took her last breath at the hospital bed.
Beyonce, who first connected with the Lyric after sending her flowers in September 2020, continued to love her even after her death. She arranged a video montage on her Youtube channel, compiling all of Lyric’s smiling, singing, and dancing videos; and her singing in the background. Starting with “Brown Skin Girl”, Beyonce moved on to “Halo” and finally ended the song with, “Love on Top.”
Lyric Chanel Cancer Journey
It was November 27, 2020, when Lyric Chanel’s parents received the devastating news during a follow-up regarding her September 10th brain surgery. Reportedly, Dr. David Sandberg removed enough tumor, but sadly it grew back over 2 months in a greater capacity of her brain.
Unfortunately, there was nothing the doctors could do more. They were no chemotherapy drug that could treat Lyric’s Anaplastic Ependymoma tumor and her survival period was then one year.
Due to Lyric’s condition, her parents didn’t have enough time to earn. The family was in shambles and living in a hotel then. So, a fundraiser was organized by a Si’Asia Davenport who referred to Lyric’s mother as a sister. The GoFundMe page “For the Love of Lyric & Family” raised over $196 thousand by the time Lyric left this world.
Trivia: Si’Asia Davenport shared that her children and Lyric and her siblings would often play together.
Why Was She Famous?
Ironically, Lyric Chanel was famous for her serving as an inspiration for anyone battling any disease. Documenting her battle with brain cancer and anaplastic ependymoma, Lyric Chanel gained over 632K followers over Instagram (as of March 2021).
Also, she owned a private Facebook account @lyric.jacks.3.
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About Lyric Chanel Age, Birthday
Lyric Chanel a.k.a Lyric Jacks was born on July 4, 2007, in Atlanta, GA. She left the world at the age of 13 in March 2021.
As per her birthday, she was a cancer zodiac.
Lyric Chanel Parents, Mother, Father
Lyric Chanel was born to parents — mother Monica Valentine, and father LaMore Jacks.
Her mother, Monica was a single child and lived in Oakland, California. She celebrates her birthday on April 14 and was 39 years old when her daughter Lyric passed away. Appreciated by the world for being a brave mother, Lyric garnered over 40K followers on Instagram by 2021.
Trivia: Monica barred Lyric from using the word “die”, and even got Lyric’s face tattooed over her left arm.
Did Lyric Chanel Have Siblings?
Yes, Lyric Chanel has two siblings named Lauryn and Loni. Her older sister, Lauryn graduated from North Atlanta High School in 2020 and was on her way to get enrolled in Georgia State University to follow her dreams. While her little sister, Loni was still in school then.
They went by the name “kiss.loniii” and “imlaurynj” over Instagram. Lyric often posted pictures of them over her socials as well and even asked her fans to “go follow and give some encouraging words to lift them up.” By March 2021, “kiss.loniii” had over 23K followers and “imlaurynj” had 35.7K followers for Instagram.
Talking more about her family, Lyric’s great grandmother left the world over a year before her in Jan 2021, at the age of 99. Also, Lyric was close to her “new uncle” Trae tha Truth (yes, the rapper). After Lyric’s death, Trae projected a picture of her on buildings and stadiums all over Allstar, Atlanta.
Last modified: March 7, 2021