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‘Hawk Tuah’ Girl Urges Followers to Stop Inquiring About OnlyFans

Haliey Welch, popularly known online as the viral “hawk tuah” girl, has recently provided her followers with an update about her life amidst her newfound internet fame.

Following the success of her notable NSFW man-on-the-street interview, which even brought her face to face with celebrities like Shaquille O’Neal and Zach Bryan, Welch took to Instagram to share some highs and lows she’s currently experiencing.

One of the challenges Welch is facing involves imposter accounts on social media. She also made a clear request to her followers: stop asking if she has an OnlyFans account.

“Stop asking me for the link in bio for my OnlyFans,” she stated emphatically. “I don’t have an OnlyFans and there never will be an OnlyFans.”

Welch added, “I just make funny jokes. That’s all I do.”

On the brighter side, Welch noted that she managed to overcome her stage fright, thanks to Bryan. She recently performed with him at Nissan Stadium in Nashville.

“I sang in front of 80,000 people with Zach Bryan the other night,” Welch recounted. “And I can’t sing for s—. But I did it anyway.”

Another significant change in her life is that she quit her job at a bed spring factory—a fact she previously discussed in an interview with Brianna LaPaglia on the Plan Bri Uncut podcast.

Welch’s rapid rise to internet stardom occurred over the past month. The 21-year-old Nashville resident’s journey to fame began when she appeared in a video with TikTok creators Tim and Dee TV on June 11. In the video, Welch was asked, “What’s one move in bed that makes a man go crazy every time?” Her now-famous response was, “Oh, you gotta give him that ‘hawk tuah.’ ”

Reflecting on that moment, she said during the podcast, “I was being a bit of a smart a– too, ’cause like you’re gonna come up to me with a microphone and ask me something like that? I [didn’t] mean nothing by it [at the time].”

Looking ahead, Welch revealed in her interview with LaPaglia that she plans to move to Los Angeles. Earlier this month, The Hollywood Reporter confirmed that Welch signed with the management firm The Penthouse.

Additionally, Welch announced her intentions to take action against the counterfeit merchandise being produced in her likeness.

“I just hired a manager and I hired an attorney, so we’re coming for you b—–. But don’t worry, I’m launching my merch store,” she shared, while showcasing a “Hawk Tuah 24′” trucker hat.

Source: PEOPLE, The Hollywood Reporter