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The Hawk Tuah Girl Reportedly Fired After Becoming Overnight Internet Sensation; Facts Debunked

A post claiming that The Hawk Tuah Girl was terminated from her job is doing rounds all over social media.

This all began on Tim & Dee TV, an internet show. Hailey Welch’s iconic shoot of “Hawk Tha” has taken the netizens by storm.

When the woman was asked, “What’s one movement in bed that makes a man go crazy every time?”

Hailey Welch gave a hilariously honest reply. She said, “You have got to give it that ‘hawk tuah’ and spit on that thang, you get me?”

This reply has made the girl an overnight internet sensation. Moreover, the girl has been identified as well.

Who is the “Hawk Tuah” girl?

The girl is a native of Nashville, Hailey Welch. Hailey has more than 15,000 followers on Instagram. Moreover, she has quickly become a household name.

The most interesting part is that the overnight internet sensation follows only one account on Instagram. Thus, she has kept her social media game very strong and focused.

Hailey, taking advantage of her newfound fame, rolled out a line of “Hawk Tuah ’24” hats. The hats are seemingly flying off the virtual shelves.

Hailey has showcased her entrepreneurial spirit in public.

The Hawk Tuah Girl was Not Fired

Hailey Welch has totally invaded the social media worlds, creating a buzz. However, notably, not all rumors and news in the market about Hailey are true.

The Tippah County Tribune’s Facebook account shared a post and claimed that the Hawk Tuah girl, aka Hailey Welch, is a preschool teacher who has been fired from her job. This happened allegedly after the video went viral.

The post claimed, “A local preschool teacher has been forced to resign from her job after a girls’ trip in Nashville took a surprising turn. Hailey Wellington, 23, of Ripley, has recently gained notoriety around the country as ‘the hawk tuah girl.'”

Reportedly, the channel is categorized as “Satire or Parody.” Thus, this is enough to categorize the piece of news as untrue and fake.

Also Read: Check Out The Funniest ‘Hawk Tuah Girl” Memes

Subhashree Panda

Subhashree Panda: A proficient content writer, editor, and researcher. With 4 years of experience and an MBA in finance, she crafts compelling narratives on global events. Her passion for diverse journalism genres resonates widely, fostering broad audience connections.

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