Actor DC Young Fly asks for privacy after the sudden death of his partner, Jacky Oh, at age 32
Last May 31, Jhon Whitfield, known on social media as DC Young Fly, received the bitter news of his partner and mother of his 3 children, Jacky Oh, had passed away at the age of 32, suddenly in Miami.
The media outlet TMZ gave the scoop and, shortly after, the program Wild ‘N Out shared the tragedy and sent condolences to family and friends. It was precisely in this space that DC Young Fly and Jacky met in 2015. Since then, the spark of love arose between the two and, in fact, they formed a family with 3 children, whose names are Nova, 6 years old, Nala, 2, and Prince Nehemiah, 10 months old.
Now, he also youtuber has broken his silence and, through a statement sent to Peoplehas thanked all the support received and, in addition, has asked to keep her personal life away from the media spotlight at this time. “We thank everyone for their good wishes and we ask for privacy during this difficult time“, he said.
Jacky Oh’s family also released another statement through American soccer player Odel Beckham JR, husband of Jacky Oh’s best friend. youtuber, Lauren Wood. “Our family is still processing this most tragic and unexpected loss. We ask for your privacy during this time. Rest in peace angel,” they said.
Lauren Wood expressed the painful loss she has suffered after the passing of her “best friend, confidant and soul sister” through a post on Instagram. The athlete’s wife has made it clear that. has been the worst news of her life.
“We were supposed to grow old together. Pregnant at the same time, our children were supposed to grow up together. I know you didn’t want to leave your babies behind. Not so soon. This hurts so much. When I lost you I also lost the version of me when we were together. Our joke. Our humor. Our dynamic. So unique to us,” she said, visibly broken.
“I don’t know what we’re all going to do without you. I can’t imagine this life without you. It just got a lot darker and lonelier. It’s costing me a lot to say goodbye and accept this grave reality. More than grateful to have experienced the friendship we had, in this life. I look forward to the time when we will experience each other again. You will always be in my heart. Connected to my soul, sister,” Lauren Wood said by way of farewell.