Just when you think her 15 minutes of fame are over, mini-Canuck Lil Tay keeps coming back. This time, the nine-year-old will reportedly be getting her own show.
Lil Tay’s brother, Jason Tian, tweeted that they were working on changing up their whole image “for the better.” Tian is reportedly is in charge of Tay’s social media accounts.
According to a video posted on Lil Tay’s Instagram account on July 9, the pint-sized social star will attempt her return to the spotlight with a new show.
“Lil Tay is going through a lot troubles and the most difficult time in her life at the moment, but she has a show coming out on July 13. Which she had filmed before these events, but Lil Tay will be back soon.. ~ Lil Tays Management,” reads the caption on the video.
Titled Life With Lil Tay, the short preview shows snippets of the nine-year-old’s controversial past on social media.
But it also shows a softer side of the Tay and her attempt to lose her bratty image.
Tay can be seeing taking dance classes and meeting with a music producer.
“I want to make music,” she says in the clip.
The preview also shows Tay saying that she “apologized to everyone [she] offended.”
Seems like Tay is really trying to reinvent herself after news broke that her Vancouver-based real estate momager was using her boss’ luxury cars and her company’s properties in Tay’s videos.
Life With Lil Tay debuts on July 13. The show will be hosted on a new subscription video on demand network called Zeus, which is launching on the same day.