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DC Young Fly reflects on the death of his partner Jacky Oh on “Tamron Hall”: 'It's hard everyday'

DC Young Fly reflects on the death of his partner Jacky Oh on “Tamron Hall”: 'It's hard everyday'

Oh died from complications from cosmetic surgery in May at age 33.

DC Young Fly, partner of fellow Wild 'N Out star Jacky Oh, sat down with Tamron Hall to discuss how he and their children are coping since Oh's death. Oh died from complications from cosmetic surgery in May at age 33,

“I've been through so much loss where it’s like emotionally, like I'm numb to death, because I'm used to it since I was 16," Young told Hall. Young said Oh's sudden death left him "shocked" but that her death was different in that it not only affected him, but the three children he shared with Oh.

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DC Young Fly

DC Young Fly and Jacky Oh met while filming the Nick Cannon-created Wild 'N Out in 2015 and shared three children: Nova, Nala, and Prince.

"They have went through something that I ain't even been through," he continued, but noted their resilience.

"My second daughter Nala, she would just come out of the blue and be like, ‘What's wrong, Daddy? You okay? Don't worry. Everything’s going to be okay,' That's the spirit," the Candy Cane Lane star recalled, adding, "It's gonna be hard but they’re built for it."

Still, he struggles with Oh's death, saying, "I wouldn't wish this on nobody, it's hard everyday, still to this day. It feels like a dream, feels like she's gonna walk in," but that he has to snap himself back into reality.

While the rapper and comedian is still grieving, he knows the process of grieving is a "forever thing" and he might feel differently "in two years" or in 10. "But I'm just thankful that God allowed me to continue," he said.

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