Lindsey Ball Bio – Wiki
Lindsey Ball was a famous TikTok star, who created the “𝙩𝙝𝙖𝙩 𝙞𝙨 𝙫𝙚𝙧𝙮 𝙢𝙪𝙘𝙝 𝒶𝒹𝑒𝓆𝓊𝒶𝓉𝑒” sound on the popular video platform, has died, loved ones confirmed on social media.
On Facebook, Lindsey described herself by writing: “Family is everything ♥️ blood or not. I want the best or nothing at all and I’m not excepting (sic) less.😊” She wrote that she was single and went to Terre Haute North Vigo High School in Indiana. She had 231,000 devoted followers on TikTok and accrued 5.5 million likes. Tributes flooded in from TikTok fans who described Ball as a beautiful soul and human being whose videos meant a lot to them.
According to her Facebook post, she went to Terre Haute North Vigo High School in Indiana.
Death Cause (COVID-19)
Cleta Marie Wilson confirmed Ball’s death on Facebook, writing that she had passed away. “I want to thank anyone that has reached out to myself or my family today,” she wrote. Sadly, loved ones also wrote on Facebook that Ball’s mother, Renee Hilton, also passed away.
“Renee Hilton and Lindsey N. Ball I’m going to miss you both! This is all so unreal to me! I honestly think you could not live without each other! I love you both! ❤😭” wrote one.
The cause of death hasn’t been confirmed. But people close to Ball wrote on Facebook that coronavirus (COVID-19) was a possibility. Her obituary is not yet posted.
Tribute Paid By Fans
Fans offered kind words in Lindsey Ball’s memory. Some of them were left on Wilson’s post on Facebook. “I’m so sorry for your loss… Her TikTok put a smile on mine and many other faces. You and your family are in my thoughts and prayers,” read one comment.
“So unbelievably sorry for your loss. Lindsey never failed to put a smile on my face with her videos. Please let me know where I can send a donation in her honor,” read another. “My condolences go to your family. She touched a lot of us and helped us feel better. She was truly a role model for each of us. We love you and are here for all of you ❤️,” said another comment, underscoring how much Ball’s TikTok videos meant to people.
“I’m so so sorry:( Lindsey was a beautiful soul and her videos had always made me smile. my condolences go out to your family,” said one of many other comments on social media.