Famous TV Star Passes Away

Former “Wild N’ Out” cast member Jacky Oh has passed away at the young age of 32, according to a statement released by BET Media Group on Thursday. 

Originally on the scene in 2014, Jacky’s true name is Jacklyn Smith. She has three kids with DC Young Fly, a former member of the rap group Wild N’ Out who became a YouTube star.

A BET representative tweeted from the Wild N’ Out account that she was a member of the family who will be eternally missed.

According to a tweet from a spokesperson, Jacky Oh was a friend of the Wild N’ Out crew for five seasons. More importantly, she’d been a great mother to three lovely children. BET Media Group conveys sympathies to Smith’s family and all of the friends of Jacky Oh during this difficult time.

Smith often posted photos of her children, son Prince and daughters Nova, and Nala, on social media. They slept together on a sofa in one of her last videos.

According to TMZ, Smith passed away last Wednesday in Miami. The official reason for her death remains unknown. 

Some speculate that a fatal cosmetic surgery treatment contributed to the death of influential businesswoman, actress, and public figure Jacky Oh.

Smith’s recently deleted Instagram post revealed she was preparing to undergo a  “Mommy Makeover.” 

According to the report, the standard procedures in these “Mommy Makeovers” include stomach tucks, breast augmentation, and Brazilian butt lifts. The most dangerous cosmetic procedures are known as “BBLs,” and many people travel to Miami, Florida, to have this procedure done at one of the numerous high-volume, low-cost clinics there.

The buttocks may be made fuller and more rounded with a BBL by transferring fat from the abdomen.

The percentage of persons having them increased by almost 40% between 2020 and 2021.  However, some physicians refuse to attempt the operation.

Multiple plastic surgery groups report that the operation kills around 1 in every 3000 patients.

In recent months, former reality TV star Blac Chyna has been undoing her own cosmetic surgery, perhaps saving her life by getting rid of silicone and fillers.