TikTok Star Teresa ‘Queenzzielocthevoice’ Smith Passes Away at 48 After Cancer Fight

TikTok Star Teresa 'Queenzzielocthevoice' Smith Passes Away at 48 After Cancer Fight

The digital world mourns the loss of Teresa Smith, known to many as Queenzzielocthevoice on TikTok, who has died at the age of 48 following a valiant battle with cancer. Her daughter, Yolundria Rooks, confirmed that Teresa passed away at her home in Stockton, CA, surrounded by her family and loved ones.

Teresa’s journey took a turn for the worse when her ovarian cancer spread to her lungs. Her family was unaware of her condition until November 2023, when she was hospitalized due to her illness. Despite her pain, Teresa remained a source of inspiration and joy on TikTok, where she gained fame for her heartfelt cover of Billie Eilish’s ‘What Was I Made For?’ and her vibrant personality.

In her memory, Teresa’s family seeks to have her laid to rest in Macon, GA, next to her son Josiah, a wish that has sparked a GoFundMe campaign to cover funeral expenses and support her children’s future.

Teresa’s legacy on TikTok—highlighted by her iconic rendition of Billie’s ‘Barbie’ song, her empowering mantra “Be who you are for pride,” and her distinctive, colorful hair—leaves an indelible mark on her followers. Her daughter Yolundria’s message to those who admired Teresa is a poignant reminder of her impact: “I just want to thank all those who loved my mom!”

As the TikTok community and Teresa’s family navigate this difficult time, the outpouring of love and support underscores the significant void left by her passing. Teresa Smith was 48 years old.

Leave a Comment