Ben Goi, husband to Tracy Lee Mei Ling and father to their 8-month-old son, died last Sunday, February 3 at the age of 43. He was in Malaysia when he passed away.
According to reports, his remains were brought back to Singapore on the same day and that his cremation is scheduled on Thursday at the Mandai Crematorium.
Reports said that the cause of his death was a heart attack. The wake is currently being held at his house in Bukit Timah, and several government officials as well as Singaporean celebrities have attended to express their condolences to the family.
Ben Goi is one of the Popiah King’s four children, with the latter said to have acquired a US $8.1 billion fortune built on popiah skins and wrappers.
What happened to Ben Goi?
No details have been released on his death, and both Tracy’s and Ben’s Instagram accounts have not been updated with any information on his death. The last post on Tracy’s account as of publication that pertains to the two of them can be found below:
Some of the attendees at the wake include Terence Cao, Chew Chor Meng and Zhu Houren.
Who is Ben Goi?
Alvinology previously reported that Ben Goi married Tracy Lee, 33, in a lavish wedding attended by former and current high-ranking officials in the Singaporean government.
Tracy had said that she and Ben met in 2010 but had gotten together in 2016 through mutual friends. She had given birth to their first son, Ben Jr., in May.
Tracy expressed how much she loved her son and her husband on an Instagram post on Mother’s Day. She had also posted about her wedding anniversary with Ben last August.
Ben Goi’s father has been tapped by the Singaporean government for many entrepreneurial initiatives. He is also the executive chairman of the LSG property group. Last year, he was appointed as a non-resident ambassador by the country to Brazil.
Alvinology expresses our sincere condolences to Tracy, their son, Ben Jr. and all of Ben’s family in this difficult time.
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