Tana Mongeau shades Austin McBroom over ongoing Social Gloves bankruptcy fiasco

Tana Mongeau and Austin McBroom are not done with each other (Image via Instagram Getty Images)
Tana Mongeau and Austin McBroom are not done with each other (Image via Instagram Getty Images)

Tana Mongeau, in a tweet yesterday, threw shade at The Ace Family's Austin McBroom. The latter, part of Social Gloves Entertainment, along with several other YouTubers and TikTokers, were part of the June 12th boxing event in Miami, Florida.

In the tweet, Tana Mongeau specifically called out Austin McBroom and stated that his involvement with Social Gloves is allegedly correlated to other content creators not getting paid.

The tweet comes directly after Vinnie Hacker, Josh Richards, and Fouseytube claimed that everyone who took part in the YouTubers vs TikTokers boxing event had not yet been paid. On an episode of the BFFs podcast, the former two claimed that none of the fighters or artists got paid.

Also read: "We are working tirelessly": Social Gloves responds to claims from Josh Richards, Vinnie Hacker, and Fouseytube who claim they haven't been paid for the "YouTubers Vs TikTokers" boxing event

Tana Mongeau and Austin McBroom's involvement with Social Gloves

Social Gloves Entertainment came forward after rumors that they were filing for bankruptcy after the boxing event. In their statement on Twitter, the company acknowledged that they "hired a leading accounting firm, as well as a first-class forensic auditor, to make sure that all amounts are properly accounted for."

The organization also stated that their "sincere hope is to pay every fighter and every talent who participated in this spectacular event in a reasonable timeframe."

Also read: Social Gloves Entertainment releases statement on the YouTubers vs. TikTokers event after allegations of bankruptcy surface

This is not the first time Tana Mongeau has called Austin McBroom since the boxing event. In a few now-deleted tweets, the Internet personality accused basketball pro of allegedly cheating on his wife Catherine and using a fake nanny company to do so.

Tana also tweeted on June 12th that Austin McBroom "was cheating on Catherine with a random b***h, and she left a lipstick in his car."

Austin McBroom responded that it was fellow influencer Erika Costell's lipstick before mentioning:

"Her lie ain't gonna save the attention that your lil bf Bryce is about to get for his a** whoopin'."

At the time of writing, Austin McBroom mentioned Tana Mongeau in a tweet stating that if any woman "would love to sleep Tana Mongeau in the ring, hit me up!" He also responded to the model's claims on his Instagram story.

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Edited by Ravi Iyer