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I Only Make Funny Jokes

I Only Make Funny Jokes

Ain’t happening. It’s been a whirlwind couple of weeks for Hailey Welch, who surged to viral fame as the “Hawk Tuah” girl after her spirited street interview in Nashville took off on TikTok. During the interview, Welch was asked how to please a man in bed. Her response—”You gotta give him that hawk tuah, spit on that thang”—changed her life overnight.

Her interview has accumulated millions of views on social media, generating a plethora of memes and jokes, and even inspiring AI-generated songs. Initially, Welch kept a low profile but made her public comeback over the weekend when she appeared on stage with Zach Bryan during his “Revival” performance at Nissan Stadium in Nashville.

Welch gave her first interview since her viral fame to Barstool Sports’ Brianna Chickenfry, who is also Zach Bryan’s girlfriend. She set the record straight on many rumors, including the false claim that she was fired from her job as a teacher. Contrary to speculation, she was never a teacher but worked at a spring factory. Following her viral fame, Welch left her job and signed a management deal with The PENTHOUSE. She now has a PR agent and a lawyer, indicating her readiness to capitalize on her newfound fame.

However, one thing Welch is not planning to do is launch an OnlyFans account. After her explicit tip went viral, many people—mainly men—began asking if she would start an OnlyFans. When she signed a manager, the speculation grew that she might join the adult platform, following in the footsteps of other viral sensations like the “Romper Stomper” from the porta-potty brawl at a Morgan Wallen concert, who joined Playboy to release adult content.

In an Instagram video, Welch addressed the expectations surrounding OnlyFans. “Stop asking me for the link in bio for my OnlyFans. I don’t have an OnlyFans, and there will never be an OnlyFans. I just make funny jokes, that’s all I do,” she said.

Welch also discussed the “Hawk Tuah” merchandise that has emerged since her interview went viral. She clarified that she is not involved with these unofficial products and is not profiting from them. She also mentioned her intentions to go after those capitalizing on her viral moment. Welch hinted at her own merchandise store coming soon, though she acknowledged that many people may have already purchased the counterfeit versions.

Welch’s decision to avoid launching an OnlyFans and instead focus on humor and staying true to herself is commendable. Her approach highlights her intent to make the most of her viral fame while maintaining control over her image.

Source: Barstool Sports, TikTok