A family member posted a new photo of Jahi McMath on a Facebook page that is dedicated to keeping Jahi on life support.
The Oakland teenager remains brain dead and on life support at an undisclosed location after she was pronounced dead following routine tonsil surgery more than 2 years ago.
Enyo Inyang posted a new photo on Facebook along with the caption: "Jahi Will Rise. A recent picture of beautiful Jahi, doing very well, hair, skin and all very healthy, growing into a beautiful young lady right in front of her mothers eyes."
The Facebook author warns disbelievers to leave the page and take their negative comments with them.
"This page was created to support this lovely child, Jahi McMath and her family, if you are here to spew your negative thoughts please kindly delete your comments and remove yourself because each and every comment will be read, and if deemed necessary, both you and your comments will be removed and you may be permanently banned."
Jahi, who is now 15, was pronounced brain dead after undergoing what was supposed to be routine tonsil surgery in December 2013.
The surgery went well but Jahi experienced bleeding complications during the recovery period. Doctors weren't able to stop the bleeding in time to prevent catastrophic loss of oxygen to her brain.
Her family refused to believe the once lively teenager was brain dead. A court battle ensued leading to a judge ruling Jahi brain dead and ordering her removed from life support.
A New Jersey facility stepped in and agreed to take possession of Jahi's body and keep her on life support.