How did TikToker Ladydrivah 2.0 die? Mom-of-two, 38, was depressed from online hate
'I stopped explaining myself because I realized that people understand only what they want to,' Rachelle aka Ladydrivah 2.0 wrote in an Instagram post
Famous TikToker Ladydrivah 2.0, whose real name was Rachelle, has tragically died at the age of 38 years, leaving behind two young children. The news of her demise was confirmed recently by her close friend and fellow TikToker @p***ed_of_truckah in a heartbreaking video. A Florida-based trucker and social media creator, Rachelle was reportedly found dead inside her truck in Jacksonville on November 10, 2021.
The 38-year-old mother of two joined the social media platform in August 2021 and built a strong follower base of over 16,000 in just a few months. She also had more than 2,300 followers on Instagram and was well-loved by fans for her badass personality and savage remarks. Her Truck driver friends and followers mourned her death on social media. "She was taken too young, and every one of us will miss her," a fan tweeted.
I found out today that another Truck driver, who goes by ladydrivah aka Rachelle, was found dead in her truck Wednesday. 😭😭 She was taken too young, and every one of us will miss her.— Hammer Skate Designs (@HSkateDesign) November 12, 2021
How did Ladydrivah 2.0 die?
Born in 1983 in Duval County, Florida, Rachelle was a female professional truck driver. Her TikTok account was mainly focused on her experiences as a woman trucker, while she often addressed issues of traffic rules and road safety in her videos. It is believed that Rachelle aka Ladydrivah 2.0 was in a relationship at the time of her death, according to a video she posted on October 31, 2021. She was also extremely fond of her pet dog Tank and regularly posted his photos and videos on social media.
The exact cause of her death was not revealed however it is believed that she died under tragic circumstances. Many speculated that she died due to an accident, but her fans requested everyone to refrain from spreading rumors about her death. A few days prior to her death, the TikToker had opened up about her struggle with depression. In fact, she even suggested that she was considering shutting down her flourishing TikTok account due to the hatred she was receiving online.
In an Instagram post from August, Rachelle mentioned, "I stopped explaining myself because I realized that people understand only what they want to." And in another post from September 20, she wrote, "That’s the only way to be these days. Your best friend is also your worst enemy and that’s the person you look at in the mirror. That’s the only one that will make you or break you ❤️❤️."
We extend our sincere condolences to Rachelle, her family and close friends who are dealing with her tragic loss at the moment.