Addison Rae’s mom and Yung Gravy kiss on the 2022 MTV VMAs red carpet
Sheri Nicole Easterling is moving on.
Addison Rae’s mom, 42, hit the MTV Video Music Awards red carpet with Yung Gravy, 26, after the rapper got into a public feud with her estranged husband, Monty Lopez.
“I hit on her first, I knew of her and I thought she was fine,” the “Betty” rapper told Page Six about their surprising romance.
The rapper told us they met on “the internet” and “Facetimed” a couple of times before meeting in person.
“She’s like a Southern belle and I’m a Northern boy so it felt really cute and wholesome,” he explained, adding that he’s “into MILFs and she’s kinda the queen of MILFs.”
The new couple walked the carpet in color-coordinated ensembles before Easterling leaned in to give the rapper a kiss on the cheek.
Later on in the evening, the couple turned it up a notch as they made out in between posing for pictures.
The Tik Tok star wore a laced-up lavender mini dress and metallic purple heels while Gravy — whose real name is Matthew Hauri — opted for a black suit with an unbuttoned light purple shirt.
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The pair sent the internet into a frenzy last month when Gravy revealed he was planning to take Easterling on a date following her messy split from Lopez.
Back in July, Page Six exclusively revealed that Lopez, 46, had a five-month affair with a 25-year-old influencer named Renée Ash.
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Ash told us that Lopez led her to believe his relationship with Easterling was “over” when they were still together.
“He told me that we were going to be together and have babies together,” Ash told Page Six.
Following the news of his affair, the pair split and Gravy took the opportunity to slide into the newly single mom’s “DMs.”
After Easterling and Gravy flirted online for weeks, Lopez caught onto their budding romance and challenged the rapper to a fight in a now-viral video.
In the video, a shirtless Lopez flexed his muscles until he turned red, saying, “Run white boy, run.”
When asked about the “fight,” Gravy told us “nothing” was going to happen, adding he plans on just “enjoying” life.