TikTok’s Ladydrivah 2.0 death rocks truckertok: What happened to her?

Yasmine Leung

News of the death of creator Ladydrivah 2.0 has spread on TikTok and her passing has seen a flood of video tributes on the platform, making their final call for her.

Ladydriver 2.0, also known as Rachelle, has passed away, according to numerous videos dedicated to her captioned ‘RIP’. Fellow truck drivers, meanwhile, took to their CB radios to make a final call for Ladydriver 2.0.

Despite being a truck driver, that’s not the subject of Rachelle’s content, and viewers love that she was outspoken and not afraid to call anyone out for being negative on her page. They loved to watch the drama!

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TikTok’s Ladydriver 2.0 death: What happened?

While her cause of death has yet to be confirmed, a user claims he contacted her family who stated she was found in her truck in Jacksonville, Florida, on 10 November 2021. Born in 1983, 38-year-old Rachelle was a Florida native herself, from Duval.

A driver named Double T heartbreakingly called for the content creator on his radio three times before announcing: “Negative contact. Drivers, we have lost an angel of the highway today.”

Judging from a TikTok dated 31 October, Rachelle was in a relationship and she leaves behind an adorable puppy, Tank, her driving buddy who she regularly posted on Instagram.

Her last few videos were regarding her drama with a user called Liz, under the name Tx vet wife Queen. Rachelle fearlessly called her out in her videos, which are easily her most-viewed uploads at 81.9K.

Truckertok remembers Ladydrivah 2.0

Truck-driving TikTok users have arranged to run their lights in tribute to Rachelle, who was known for her savage comments and unapologetic behaviour, which entertained her viewers.


#duet with @kristallynn4 @ladydrivah2.0 Rest In Peace beautiful! You will be missed! I had we won’t meet in person, but I’ll get to meet you one day in heaven! 🙏🏼 #trucker #RIPdriver #truckers #womentrucker #prayers #fitspossibletrucking will miss you

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