Tyger Booty, an American model, has become a hot trending topic after she mysteriously died in a hotel room in Ghana.
Tyger had travelled to Ghana with an unknown billionaire for a fun time this Christmas season.
According to reports, she was to appear at parties with this rich billionaire – probably to work as an ‘Olosho‘.
Unfortunately, she was found dead in her hotel room in Accra.
The cause of her death is unknown – although numerous speculations have popped up.
Below we bring you all the information out there about her.
Who is Tyger Booty?
She is a popular American model from Atlanta, Georgia.
Tyger has a massive Instagram page with over half a million followers were she posts her beautiful photos.
What killed Tyger Booty?
The cause of her death is currently unknown.
She was found dead in a hotel room in Accra, Ghana.
Rumours claim she might have died of a drug overdose or committed suicide.
However, neither rumour has been substantiated.
Others also say she was used as a ritual sacrifice!
Who Brought Tyger to Ghana?
She was reportedly brought to Ghana by a billionaire.
During the holiday season, the big men throw massive parties among themselves.
Usually many models are brought around to mingle with the party attendees and even sleep with them if required.
It’s believed a Ghanaian rich man managed to secure Tyger’s services for such a party in Ghana.
Unfortunately, she died not long after arriving in the country.
The billionaire who brought her to Ghana is alleged to have ties to the ruling New Patriotic Party (NPP).
Tyger Booty’s daughter
Little is known about the model’s family aside from the fact that she has a daughter.
She has shared some photos of herself with her daughter on her popular Instagram page.
It’s unfortunate that this little girl has been orphaned in such a strange manner.
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