A TikTok star shared a final video saying it 'was her last' before killing herself, her family have said.
Dazhariaa Quint Noyes, 18, also known as Dee, died on Monday after posting the clip on social media.
Her parents confirmed her death was by suicide with her mother adding in a Facebook post she hanged herself.
Noyes' father, Raheem Alla, thanked everyone for their "love and support", while sharing a montage of photos of his daughter.
He wrote: "Unfortunately, she is no longer with us and has gone to a better place."
A GoFundMe page has been set up, with Alla adding he wished Noyes spoke to him before her death.
On Monday, the teenager posted videos to her Instagram story which she tagged as her last post.
The videos showed the teen singing and dancing before writing: "Ok, I know I'm annoying y'all, this is my last post."
Her heartbroken father said he wished they had been able to "work thru this".
"I only want to hold you again my little jellybean. Now I come home and your no longer gonna be there waiting for me. I have to let you fly with the angels,' Alla added.
"She was my little best friend and I wasn’t prepared in no way, to bury my child. She was so happy and would be so excited to see me when I come home from being on the road."
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Her mother, Jennifer Shaffer, paid tribute: "I'm so heartbroken I really can't believe you're going I wish I was waiting on you to say it was a prank but it’s not’."
Noyes, from Baton Rouge in Louisiana, last posted on the popular platform TikTok on Monday, on the day she passed away.
She warned that she was shadow banned and would be posting from another account, writes the Mail Online.
The final clips uploaded to the second account, which has more than 70,000 followers, were also on the same day.
The teen ran a beauty shop through her Instagram account, and also had a YouTube page named bxbygirldee, where she would upload vlogs about life and challenges.
Fans paid tribute to the TikTok star, with one writing: "Rest in peace beautiful."
Another said: "RIP sweet beautiful girl. Thank you for sharing your life with us. I wish it was easier for you.
"My condolences to your loves ones."
For emotional support, you can call the Samaritans 24-hour helpline on 116 123, email [email protected].org, visit a Samaritans branch in person or go to the Samaritans website.
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