TikTok Star Teresa 'Queenzzielocthevoice' Smith Dead At 48

Photo: GoFundMe

Teresa Smith, a popular TikTok star known as Queenzzielocthevoice, has died, according to TMZ. She was 48.

On Wednesday (February 14), Smith, who famously covered Billie Eilish's "What Was I Made For?," died while surrounded by loved ones at home in Stockton, California, according to her daughter, Yolundria Rooks.

According to TMZ, Teresa was diagnosed with ovarian cancer, which had recently spread to her lungs. Rooks said her mother didn't inform the family of her cancer until November 2023 when she was hospitalized.

Rooks created a GoFundMe campaign to raise money to have her mother's remains flown to Macon, Georgia to be buried next to her son, Josiah.

"It is with a heavy heart to announce that my mother The Icon, The Diva, Miss Teresa Smith also known as 'Queenzzielocthevoice' has suddenly passed away," Rooks wrote on the GoFundMe page.

"As the eldest child I will now be taking on full responsibility of all my younger siblings so anything that is donated beyond the funeral cost and expenses will be invested in them, their needs, and their future," she continued. "As I have to prepare and get ready to send my Queen home, I just want to thank all those who loved my mom!"

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