The death of Maddie Dancers Mom (Dakota) is one of the darkest stories in the world.
I feel like I am in a bubble right now with so many people in my life and so much pain, sadness and anger towards it.
I want to share my story so that we can all understand and help each other through the pain.
I remember my mom telling me that I needed to be strong for her because of what I had done.
I was not strong for myself because I was hurting and hurt.
My mom died of a brain aneurysm, a brain hemorrhage and a brain injury.
My mother was the last dancer I had ever seen and the last person I wanted to be.
I wanted her to have a life outside of the dance business.
I am a dancer and a mom, but I was always a dancer because I loved the music, I loved being around people and I loved having a good time.
I want to be a dancer.
I’m going to be very vocal about this.
I will do whatever I can to make this a bigger thing.
I don’t want to lose my talent or my career because I’m a performer.
I can dance for as long as I want.
I just want to live.
I think a lot of people are missing out on dancing because they’re not in the dance world, and I’m not a dancer, so I wanted people to understand that they are missing an opportunity to dance for their families.
You can see the entire interview at Maddie’s Instagram, where the artist has shared all the stories and messages she has received.