YouTuber Spotted Making Out With Kid Rock At WWE SummerSlam

YouTuber Spotted Making Out With Kid Rock At WWE SummerSlam WWE

After WWE SummerSlam went off the air, some were left wondering who was making out with Kid Rock at ringside?

After a night with many twists and turns, one question still on some WWE fans’ minds was, who the hell was Kid Rock making out with at ringside at WWE SummerSlam?

Just before Riddle bombarded his way into the middle of the ring and onto the mic, Kid Rock was featured at ringside with an interesting looking woman who he proceeded to slob down in full view of the cameras.

While some fans on Twitter were in on the joke, others were genuinely befuddled wondering if they had really just seen what they thought they saw with some viewers who caught a passing glimpse left to wonder if they had actually just seen Mama June of Here Comes Honey Boo-Boo and meth use fame.

However it was not, it was in fact comedian and internet personality Chelcie Lynn in full ‘Trailer Trash Tammy’ regalia, a character she portrays in much of her content.

If you’re a elder millennial such as this writer, you may recall Trailer Trash Tammy from Vine however if you’re a bit younger, you may know her more from YouTube or TikTok.

Safe to bet Trailer Trash Tammy was in full effect or to wrestling fans, kayfabe, throughout the event and will have some hilarious content about the experience coming soon!

WWE SummerSlam hosted  a major WWE Raw Women’s Championship match plus the angle after which saw the return of three major stars to WWE screens as well as Logan Paul taking on the Miz in his second match in WWE.

Elsewhere on the premium live event, Pat McAfee took on Happy Corbin with an entrance that included an actual Men’s Choir singing, ‘Bum Ass Corbin,‘ Bobby Lashley defended his United States Championship against Theory, and Edge made a fiery return.

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