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Cynthia Parker denies sending “fake” messages amid mass unfollowing

TikTok star Cynthia Parker has denied sending messages about some of her other creators, including Cooper Noriega, claiming they’re “fake” and “disturbing”. On November 3rd, the TikTok world was set alight as fans of Cynthia Parker noticed that the popular creator had started being unfollowed by many of the biggest names on the platform.
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Cynthia Parker

Our beloved Cynthia Taryn Parker passed away on Monday, October 4, at the age of 62. She was born and raised in Pueblo, Colo. She was loved by many and will be deeply missed. Cynthia was a fierce woman – holding fast to her beliefs, defending those she loved and always seeking to better herself. She began her career at St. Mary Corwin where she became the director of transportation. Her skills and passions were multifaceted, and always centered around her family or serving the community. She was a well-known organizer and volunteer with the Pueblo Rangers, held the position of the Referee Assignor for the Sunbelt Tournament, and eventually became the Executive Director of the YWCA. She served on the Pueblo County Community health board and was a founding member of the CRITTER BIDDERS. She was working as a child Advocate in district 60 at the time of her death; working with children and parents to instill and promote the power of education. Cynthia was known for her impeccable decorating, her eclectic style and love of music. She loved organizing the yearly concert trips to attend with lifelong friends, she supported local music talent and attended the Pueblo Symphony often. Her favorite past time was dancing with her soulmate and husband of 32 years on the back patio of the house they built. Cynthia was an exceptional mother and grandmother. There was never a day that went by that she did not brag about all four of her children and share videos of her granddaughter. Her legacy is her family. She was preceded in death by her mother, Caroline Madrid; and survived by daughter, Tarynn (Kevin) Arencibia; sons, Adam Parker, Elliott Parker and Ian Parker; and her loving husband, Hugh Parker; granddaughter, Ayla Arencibia; father, Julian Madrid; sisters, Renee (Randy) Richardson, Julianne (Jamie) Madrid; and brother, Julian (Sandy) Madrid; nephew, Michael (Katie) Madrid; and niece, Michelle (Steven) Moffett. A service to celebrate her life will be held at 11 a.m. on Saturday, Nov. 6, at First Presbyterian Church. In lieu of flowers, the family requests donations be made to Critter Bidders, 305 N. Main St., suite 318, Pueblo, CO 81003, or Pueblo Symphony https://pueblosymphony.com/sfkids.html. Online condolences may be offered at www.roselawnpueblo.org.
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