Tzef Montana Wiki – Tzef Montana Bio
Tzef Montana is a non-binary model and an activist from Greece. He is best known for being the ex-partner of Sophie Xeon, who is known as a single name because Sophie is a Scottish musician, record producer, singer, songwriter, and DJ.
According to MEL Magazine, Tzef took a break from her music management career to model in 2018.
Tzef has walked for designers such as Eckhaus Latta and Hardeman and appeared in Charli XCX’s After the Afterparty video.
Sophie Xeon and Tzef Montana
Tzef announced that Sophie Xeon and Charli XCX met at a shoot for After the Afterparty in LA in 2016. Sophie had made the track while Tzef was acting as an actor in the video. According to Vogue, the couple continued to go on a date before moving to Tzef’s apartment in Athens.
According to social media, the two broke up in the summer of 2019. It’s unclear why they broke up, and neither of them mentioned the visible separation that followed.
A fan Twitter account for SOPHIE claimed that Tzef stopped following SOPHIE on August 27, 2019.
Sophie Xeon Background
Sophie has been identified as a reclusive figure and remained anonymous for some time, concealing Sophie’s identity by masking Sophie’s voice in interviews or covering part of Sophie’s body. Early in Sophie’s career, Sophie’s real-life identity was the subject of press speculation. Some commentators accused Sophie of “feminine possession” on the assumption that Sophie was a man using a female stage name before she emerged as a trans woman.
In a 2013 Pitchfork email interview, when asked about the choice of “Sophie” as her stage name, Sophie replied: “It tastes good and moisturizing.” On a Boiler Room show, drag artist Ben Woozy was hired to emulate a DJ set, while Sophie pretended to be a bodyguard.
The “It’s Okay to Cry” music video released in October 2017, Sophie’s voice and image were used for the first time in a release, and Sophie appeared naked in front of the clouds in the background. This has been interpreted as a broad announcement as a trans woman. Sophie has confirmed her trans identity in her subsequent interviews, but also talks about feeling closed with labels and describes music as Sophie’s “chosen method of communication” and her method of expressing herself. Representatives reported to Pitchfork that Sophie chose not to use gendered or non-binary pronouns.
Sophie Xeon Death & Cause
Sophie died at her home in Athens, Greece, at the age of 34 at around 4 am local time on January 30, 2021. Sophie’s death was reportedly due to her slipping and falling after climbing up to watch the full moon.