Heartbreaking Loss: Gigi Lamayne Mourns Passing of Beloved YBK on Instagram
In a poignant moment of grief, rapper Gigi Lamayne has shared the tragic news of her lover’s passing. Known by his Instagram handle, YBK, his identity was unveiled to the public for the first time only hours after his untimely demise.
Posting on her Instagram account, the South African star disclosed that YBK had been courageously battling a terminal illness until his passing this Monday. In a heartfelt tribute, Gigi expressed her deep love for him and praised his tenacity in the face of adversity, revealing that he fought his illness privately.
Gigi wrote, “Love of my life. You were terminally ill and still fighting every day even though people didn’t know and today you passed. I’m glad you got all the love and attention you needed. I’m glad you finally defined your soulmate and although it hurts that we may never get to live the best parts of lives together, we lived. You taught me to live. You had a big heart. Thank you, my king. I love you forever. Rest in peace, @ybkvision. Forever yours, Tina.”
In a touching tribute prior to the announcement, Gigi shared a snippet of their affectionate conversation on Instagram. YBK’s words, “Ride or die, wish I had noticed sooner, wanna spend the rest of my life with you,” were met with Gigi’s response, reflecting a deep bond of over a decade. She wrote, “The Ciara template worked, y’all. 10+ years of friendship. Nothing can deter me from my happy ever after with you. To slaying dragons and Caipirinhas in Miami, I love you, king. I choose you.”
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The music industry mourns this heartbreaking loss, as Gigi Lamayne’s heartfelt tribute continues to echo the depth of their connection.
Passwords you should never use
If you’ve ever found yourself in a cold sweat over the prospect of your online information being compromised, you’re not alone. In an age where everything from financial details to passport information is stored online, the strength of your password is crucial. It’s no wonder that experts stress the importance of diversity and complexity in your login credentials.
John Stirzaker, a consumer expert at NetVoucherCodes.co.uk, raises an alarm about the vulnerability of weak passwords. With personal data at risk of falling into the hands of online criminals, it’s time to pay attention.
NetVouchers has compiled a list of passwords to steer clear of, and here are their top nine:
Identical Passwords Across Accounts: Using the same password for multiple accounts opens a dangerous door. Hackers cracking one code could expose all your information. Opt for distinct passwords and consider enabling two-factor authentication for added security.
Mother’s Maiden Name: Predictable and can aid hackers in answering security questions.
Street Name: Easily discoverable and a risky choice for your password.
Pet’s Name: Especially vulnerable if shared on social media. It’s best not to use it at all, even as a part of your password.
“Password,” “Password!,” or “Password1”: Shockingly common and easily guessed, these should be avoided to protect your accounts.
Name Followed by the Number 1: A slightly modified version of the predictable “Password” tactic. Be unique and incorporate various numbers and special characters.
Surname: Even with alterations, surnames are accessible information that should be kept far from your crucial data.
Obvious Patterns: Patterns like “1234” or “ABCD” are effortlessly cracked. Opt for unique combinations of numbers and special characters.
All Caps: While capital letters bolster security, an all-caps password can be weaker. Incorporate capitals in a savvy way, applying them to random letters rather than all.
Protecting your digital identity requires vigilance and smart choices. By steering clear of these pitfalls, you can significantly enhance your online security.