“In a matter of a year I lost three people,” he said in an Instagram post Monday after noting the death of his “girl.”
“You just gotta stick through the mission knowing that God got you and he will grant you the strength,” he said.
“The problems are still there he just allowed you to get through it.”
The comedian added that he lost his cousin last year, but insisted that he would “keep God first” despite the tragedy.
“Make sure you stay righteous don’t hold no grudge,” he wrote underneath a dour photo of himself buttoning his shirt.
Friends and followers took to the comments to encourage the star to keep his head up and “stand strong in your faith.”
“Sending love & healing to you,” said singer and actress Keri Hilson.
“I know you’re strong but I’ll still continue covering you in prayer.”
Young Fly didn’t provide any other details on his sister’s death.
Throughout the day, the rapper shared several old posts of himself and his gone-too-soon partner smiling and dancing with family members.
Photos showed Jacky beaming alongside his mom as the trio attended an event together.
Video showed Young Fly and Jacky with pure joy on their faces while they held their young children, and another captured Jacky mid-laugh when she was pregnant.
On May 31, she was found unresponsive in her hotel after seeing self-titled Brazilian butt lift specialist Dr. Zachary Okhah at his practice.
The day after the procedure, she got a headache and went back to the office for a massage and medical advice.
When she returned home, her head started burning, and a family member called 911 to send first responders to her hotel where she was unconscious, according to a medical examiner’s report.
She was later declared dead at a nearby hospital.
A YouTuber herself, the mom had shared a now-heart wrenching post alongside Dr. Okhah saying that she was excited to get a “mommy makeover.”
This procedure likely included fat transfer from the back and sides to the buttocks which can be fatal if any tissue is caught in the body’s main arteries, a plastic surgeon told The U.S. Sun at the time of her death.
An estimated one in 3,000 patients dies after getting transfers like the BBL, which is an increasingly popular surgery thanks to Instagram-fueled beauty standards, according to the American Society of Plastic Surgeons.
Dr. Okhah shared a statement on Instagram weeks after his patient’s death stressing that his practice PH-1 is “devoted to the highest quality medical care.”
He said he abides by universally held medical standards and makes sure each patient is prepped before they receive surgery.
On June 10, Young Fly gave a heartbreaking tribute to the mom who he said he wished to have seven more children with.
“I want our kids to understand that you had a beautiful soul,” Young Fly said at the wake held in Oh’s hometown, Atlanta, Georgia.
“You didn’t leave us; you is in heaven. Your spirit is with us, you’re still here, and we have an amazing support system.
“Love you. Everybody in here, keep God first.”