OnlyFans boxer Daniella Hemsley insists she has NOT been banned after baring her boobs to celebrate victory despite reports claiming she has.
- Hemsley has claimed that his absence was due to an injury sustained in the fight.
- Her boyfriend had earlier defended the stunt saying it meant “no harm.”
- Kingpyn was quick to apologize for the incident following Hemsley’s win.
Boxer Daniella Hemsley has insisted she has not been banned from competing after she exposed her breasts on live television following her win over Aleksandra Danielka last Saturday night.
The OnlyFans model went viral for the hack after beating her rival in the loser bracket of the Kingpyn High Stakes tournament in Dublin.
Organizers Kingpyn were quick to apologize for the incident, issuing a statement saying the 22-year-old would “not appear at the final event”, leading many to believe she had been banned from competing.
but in a Youtube video released on WednesdayHemsley responded, stating that his absence was due to injury.
‘I’m NOT banned from Kingpyn, guys,’ he said. “I’ve just decided to take a few weeks off training to recover, to get my body back together, and I plan to fight again in the winter.”
The OnlyFans model went viral for exposing her breasts on live TV following her win over Aleksandra Danielka.
Organizers Kingpyn were quick to apologize for the incident, releasing a statement saying the 22-year-old “will not appear at the final event”.
Hemsley’s boyfriend, Akonne Wanliss, has come to the social media star’s defense.
The development comes after the wrestler’s boyfriend, Akonne Wanliss, jumped to the social media star’s defense, maintaining that the stunt was pre-planned and was not intended to cause any harm.
“On YouTube boxing, they’re always doing something to go viral and make a statement,” he said. said talkSport. ‘That’s the name of the game in YouTube boxing.
‘It was planned in advance. It was a little different, we had nipple tassels, but somewhere the nipple tassels got lost and her bare nipples were on display and everyone went crazy over it.’
He continued: ‘I always say that good press is bad press and bad press is good press. You just have to take everything with a grain of salt and acknowledge what you have done.
“She doesn’t mean to hurt about it, she’s just having a little fun, being a human being and showing her enthusiasm.
‘Some people may hate it, some people may love it. For my part, I will always support her, support that. I’m always like, ‘Get your t**s out! Get your t**s out!’