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“He gets to have $ex for a living” – Sunny Defends Her Boyfriend

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• “He gets to have $ex for a living” – Sunny Defends Her Boyfriend

WWE Hall Of Famer Sunny and her boyfriend are getting a lot of heat on Twitter for their recent car accident, which resulted in the death of a 75 year old man.

Her boyfriend got into arguments with people on Twitter, where many people said he does nothing and depends on Sunny for a living.

Sunny, who makes adult content with her boyfriend on OnlyFans, defended him and wrote the following:

“No… OnlyFans IS his job. Half the money I make on there is from OUR CONTENT TOGETHER. IF YOU TOOK A LOOK YOU WOULD SEE THAT. SO DON’T BE IGNORANT.

Yes, he gets to have $ex for a living. You guys are working normal 9-5 manual labor jobs and are just being jealous… so”

Sunny also noted that the car involved in the accident wasn’t her boyfriend’s car:

“Ok enough. Stop this sh*t now. This man is the most caring man I’ve ever known. He puts me FIRST before him.

It was MY car in the accident. Not his. So cut the crap. Enough already. Nothing you all say is gonna break us up so just give it a rest. Buh bye.”

Speaking of her OnlyFans account, a fan asked her for private photos from back in the day.

Below is what she replied:

“Please Stop asking for pics from back in the day… My man asked you, and I’m asking you now. I’ll end up blocking you if you keep asking. Thanks.”

Also Read: Sunny Denies Culpability In The Death Of A Man – Claims She Had A Seizure

WATCH: Dawn Marie Exposes Sunny & Brutally Spanks Her:

• Old School WWF Legend Would Have Celebrated His Birthday

Today would have been the 59th birthday of Old School WWF Legend The Big Boss Man (Real name: Ray Traylor).

The Big Boss Man most famously wrestled for the World Wrestling Federation from 1988 until 1993, including a Tag Team run with Akeem as The Twin Towers between ’88 and ’90.

Traylor also wrestled for the rival companies UWF/NWA(JCP)/WCW under the names of Big Bubba Rogers, The Guardian Angel, The Boss and also under his real name.

In 2016, The Boss Man was posthumously inducted into the WWE Hall of Fame by his 1988-1990 WWF manager Slick.


May 2, 1963 – September 22, 2004

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