After the Pda-filled Vmas, Yung Gravy Defends Sheri Easterling, Saying That She is “Single and Living Her Life.”
Addison Rae is making an effort to stay away from the conflict between her parents. According to a source who spoke to ET, Addison is “embarrassed” by her parents' arguments as a result of her mother Sheri Easterling's viral relationship with the rapper Yung Gravy.
After Sheri's PDA-filled date night at the MTV Video Music Awards on Sunday, things between the two came to a head.
“It is a partnership. The source said, “It's kissing, but it's not real. They said, “I don't think he's only yearning after older women in real life,” saying that Yung Gravy, 26, prefers “young f-king blonde chicks like Tana Mongeau.” That simply isn't true.
The informant also said that Yung Gravy, real name Matthew Raymond Hauri, was actually chatting on Instagram with a 25-year-old blonde friend of theirs.
The “Betty” artist and Easterling, 42, created a stir on Sunday when they came to the 2022 MTV VMAs together following her divorce from Monty Lopez, 46, whom she had been separated from over allegations of infidelity.
Yung Gravy revealed on the red carpet that they initially connected on “the internet” and “FaceTimed” a few times before meeting up in person.
“I approached her first. I was aware of her, and I believed she was doing well,” he stated. But according to the source, Easterling might have started dating Gravy for other reasons.
After the PDA-heavy night, Gravy rushed to social media to stand up for Easterling against the online trolls.
“She recently become single and is enjoying herself. In response to a video showing the musician kissing his new love on the red carpet, the musician wrote on Twitter, “Leave her alone lol.”
Rae, though, feels otherwise. The Tik Tok star is “mortified” by the drama her parents are embroiled in, a source told Page Six on Tuesday.
The insider said, “Addison has witnessed her parents' ups and downs throughout the years, but everything going on right now has been very overwhelming for her.”