• Bianca Mansell

Yung Gravy and Addison Rae's mother's relationship

Updated: Oct 5

Famous musician and rapper Yung Gravy who is highly known for his hit song “Mr. Clean,” and Sheri Easterling, best known as Addison Rae's mother, were seen at the MTV Video Music Awards red carpet together, being what the media calls, ‘highly affectionate’ since they were openly kissing and being close in front of the paparazzi.

Sheri Easterling and Yung Gravy at the MTV VMA's Photo: Arturo Holmes/FilmMagic

This came as a shock for both Gravy’s fans and Easterling’s since they both have multiple social platforms that are more or less popular. Moreover, people were extremely surprised by this because of the 16 year age gap between the two.


The case in point is being seen by the public audience as a type of ‘revenge’ move, kind of like Lady D’s or Shakira’s ‘revenge’ dress, this could be interpreted as a ‘revenge’ rebound, which would make sense after the cheating scandal that happened just a few months ago. Guessing it worked since Easterling’s husband (who are both separated), Monty Lopez, posted an instagram story calling out the couple and stating that he is, “Unbothered! Thank you @younggravy for taking the leftovers! I would rather spend time with my daughter and 2 grandkids that SheriNicole made me abandon as a child in order to be with her!” Then provided to say the following “Never let a woman make you choose between here and or your blood child,” along with a rather revealing picture.


Prior to this Sheri had changed her instagram bio from ‘Married’ to ‘single’ which gave Gravy the perfect time to shoot his shot via social media. It's important to remember that Yung hinted at their developing romance during a podcast episode in late July, which Monty didn't seem to like and told the rapper in a TikTok video saying to "watch what he says" before he gets "knocked down in a boxing match." Even if this does end in a “boxing match” who do you think would win? Who will walk out with the lady in arm?



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