Hawk Tuah Girl Addresses Rumors On First Public Appearance After Going Viral

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Hailey Welch, the “Hawk Tuah girl,” recently appeared on the “Plan Bri Uncut” podcast with Brianna Lapaglia, addressing rumors about her personal life that have circulated online. The 21-year-old clarified that most stories about her are false, including claims that she was a school teacher who got fired due to her viral moment.

Hailey revealed that she was actually working at a spring factory when she discovered her newfound fame, but was unaware of its extent since she had previously left social media.

She shared that she was surprised by the sudden attention while out with friends in Nashville after the CMA Fest music festival, and initially didn’t want to be found online. However, when fans started stealing photos from her friends’ accounts and creating fake pages, Hailey decided to come forward and set the record straight.

Hailey Welch, the “Hawk Tuah girl,” has finally spoken out about her newfound internet fame and the rumors surrounding her personal life. In her first interview on the “Plan Bri Uncut” podcast with Brianna Lapaglia, Hailey clarified that most of the stories circulating about her are untrue, including the claim that she was a school teacher who got fired due to her viral moment.

She revealed that she was actually working at a spring factory when she discovered her fame, and was shocked by the sudden attention. Initially, Hailey didn’t want to be found online, but when fans started stealing photos from her friends’ social media accounts and creating fake pages, she decided to come forward and set the record straight. With her newfound fame, Hailey is taking steps to take control of her online presence and share her true story with the world. Despite the chaos, Hailey remains humble and grateful for the support of her fans, and is excited to see what the future holds.

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