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‘Hawk Tuah Girl’ addresses OnlyFans rumors as viral infamy keeps skyrocketing


“Hawk Tuah Girl”, the young woman who shot to online superstardom thanks to an X-rated interview, has shot down widespread calls for her to join OnlyFans — even as her viral fame continues to skyrocket.

Hailey Welch, 22, ruled out joining the racy website on Wednesday as she called on her newfound fans to quit pestering her for the account details.

“Stop asking me about the link in bio for my OnlyFans,” Welch said in a clip posted on her Instagram.

“I don’t have an OnlyFans and there’ll never be an OnlyFans. I just make funny jokes, that’s all I do.”

Welch’s popularity exploded last month after footage went viral of her evocatively advising the internet on a racy tip for the bedroom during a street interview in Nashville.

Ever since she was catapulted into the limelight, Welch confessed she’s been finding ways to cash in on her new off-the-cuff catchphrase.

She has already sold tens of thousands worth of branded merchandise and now has an entire management team and lawyers following her every move.

Welch, who quit her job at a spring factory in her small Tennessee hometown in the wake of her fame, has also been popping up alongside various celebrities in recent weeks.

Country star Zach Bryan hauled Welch on stage in front of 80,000 people at his show in Nashville last weekend and she was spotted DJing with NBA legend Shaquille O’Neal at a bar the following night.

Still, Welch confessed that her newfound fame had some downfalls.

“I have to convince my pa-pa not to shoot the paparazzi outside of our house everyday because they’ve been camped out here for like two weeks,” she revealed in her Instagram video.



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