Lance BassThis article focuses on the Uvalde victim whose wish it was to be viral on TikTok. Her family hopes to do the same after her tragic death.
The NSYNC singer posted a clip to his YouTube channel Saturday IG StoryShowing a TikTok clip originally uploaded by a man who claims he is the uncle of Tess Marie Mata, a 10-year-old girl — one of 19 children killed Tuesday at Robb Elementary School by a mad gunman.
The video shows Tess dancing to Don Toliver’s “No Idea” — a track that has been used in many challenges and has become a favorite among TikTokers.
Tess was evidently no exception. Tess had her own version of this dance, which her uncle said she was hoping would bring her some internet fame. His followers plead with him to honor his wife’s wishes and make her viral.
Lance clearly supported the cause, commenting on it on his page and posting it on his own. “breaks my heart,”The uncle thanked him and said that Tess was a huge fan of the boy group.
This is not the only child whose life was ended. But videos like this show that they had dreams and personalities.
People are rightly upset that current gun laws allow weapons to be in ordinary citizens’ hands, but videos showing parents being taken back and/or detained in the moment officers are present is disturbing. Just stood aroundcausing as much indignation.
Tess’s family is a GoFundMeThis page is shared by all the families. It’s obvious that they could use any help offered right now.