Dorien Thomaz was Wiz Khalifa’s sister. Wiz’s mother, Katie Wimbush-Polk, recently filed a lawsuit against her ex daughter-in-law, Amber Rose. Wiz’s mom claims that Amber said that she allowed Dorien to die. Any parent that has lost a child understands Katie’s anger. I’m not sure what Rose was thinking.
The sudden death of Wiz Khalifa’s transgender brother or sister has social media discussing Dorien “Lala” Thomaz’s cause of death. An official cause of death has not been revealed but some suggest that Dorien was diagnosed with HIV/AIDS. Scroll to the Instagram post to see an emotional message from the rapper’s mother, Peachie Wimbush.
In the Instagram post, Peachie explains that Dorien was 32-years-old. She passed away with her mother by her side. There’s nothing worse than having to bury one of your kids. Pray for Wiz Khalifa’s family. The rapper, whose real name is Cameron Thomaz, doesn’t write lyrics that insult gay people. He doesn’t use “fag” or “faggot” in his rhymes, unlike other rappers.
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Wiz Khalifa’s mother explained that Lala passed away on Monday, February 20, 2017. The family has been on an emotional roller coaster this past week. On Tuesday, February 21 Wiz was spotted with his ex-wife, Amber Rose, celebrating their son, Sebastian’s 4th birthday.
“… there was no noise, no tremble, just peace. Oh God(dess), I realized as a woman how lucky I am. I was there when that wonderful creature drifted into my life and I was there when she drifted out. It was the most precious moment of my life.” —M’Lynn Steel Magnolias I have seen, heard and felt every bit of your love 🙏🏾
In 2015, Wiz Khalifa released the song, “See You Again” for the Furious 7 soundtrack. The unforgettable track was dedicated to actor, Paul Walker, who passed away in 2013.
When you find someone who understands you and sets their personal needs aside to find out yours that’s a beautiful thing.
— Wiz Khalifa (@wizkhalifa) February 23, 2017
Wiz can use the emotional lyrics to get over his pain. He’ll tell Dorien all about it when he sees him again.