I’m a mind-blowing NFL maniac accused of being a gold digger after being spotted on live TV at the 2023 draft
GIA Duddy has no time for trolls.
The 21-year-old girlfriend of Tennessee Titans rookie quarterback Will Levis has accused her of being a “gold digger”.
While enjoying a latte in baggy gray pants, a fitted gray shirt with Ray Bans, a gold Chanel necklace, and a white headband at a quaint-looking coffee shop in Nashville, Tenn., Duddy took the opportunity to sharpen the comment in question judged.
In a delightfully sarcastic TikTok, her called: “I’m so glad you understood that.
“I obviously didn’t want to come out and say, ‘Yes, I’m a gold digger,’ but I’m really glad you guys are intuitive and can understand that from the video because that was the whole point.”
And fans apparently loved Duddy’s no-nonsense response. One noted: “He deleted his comment after you confronted him.”
Another said: “Hahahahahaha, the delivery was perfect!”
While one said: “They are actually so positive, from the reactions to the draft so far, I love it.”
Duddy went viral after the NFL Draft in April after sitting next to Levis in the Green Room in Kansas City, Missouri, during the first round as his fellow rookies were selected one by one.
To the surprise of many, Levis eventually busted out of the first round before heading home on Day 2 where he was eventually picked 33rd overall by the Titans.
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But Levi’s slide wasn’t the only reason Duddy went viral, as he was also caught saying something on camera.
Internet sleuths were trying to decipher what she was saying, and one such TikToker opined that she said, “I need to pee.”
However, in early May, Duddy decided to debunk the rumours.
In a TikTok of her own, she said, “So I know lip readers are going to be really pissed about this.”
“But I hate to tell you all. I said, ‘Can this happen?’
“I had to pee all the time, but I was like, ‘Can this happen?'”
Unfortunately for Levis, the slip happened.
But on the bright side, landing in Tennessee may have found him the ideal home, as the team needed a long-term quarterback fix.
Following Levis’ selection, Titans head coach Mike Vrabel said, according to NFL Network Ian Rapportthat “Ryan (Tannehill) will be the starting quarterback on Monday.”
“Malik (Willis) will be the backup. Will (Levis) will be the third quarterback.”
“And what I told them is that what happens after that is up to the players.”