Adrienne Fabi, a Philadelphia Phillies enthusiast who recently became a viral sensation due to her provocative dancing in the audience, has taken to social media to clarify some misconceptions about the video.
In a humorous twist, Fabi noted the influx of male followers on her social media platforms, who assumed she was performing a lap dance for a man. However, the recipient was a female friend of hers.
This online star lived up to her newfound fame during a Phillies game. She entertained her social media audience by performing a lap dance for one of her friends after a few drinks – a state she humorously called “drunk” in her Instagram story.
Addressing the speculation that she was either confronting a man or dancing for him, Fabi set the record straight, stating, “Everyone following me because of that video who thinks I was seducing a man [laugh emojis] no just best(ie),” she retorted.
Given my extensive experience on the internet, I usually have a knack for distinguishing between strippers and performance artists. In this case, though, I’m somewhat unsure. Fabi’s Instagram feed is filled with references to strip clubs, yet a glance at littlebabyscorpio’s account, filled with artistic expressions and photo shoots, hints at performance art.
Then, I observe the tattoos, stripper poles, skimpy bikinis, and women in strip clubs, and I’m swayed back toward the notion of a day of stripper antics in the park.
Whatever the situation, it’s reminiscent of the early days of the internet, where one had to play detective to identify the attention-grabbing woman at the stadium.
Without a doubt, we see Adrienne Fabi in action at Citizens Bank Park.
And it’s glorious. It’s Philly being Philly. Keep going.
A thorough investigation shows that “littlebabyscorpio” on Instagram received the lap dance.
“All the moms hate me here,” Fabi shared on her Instagram story. It’s unclear if this statement was made before or after the now-infamous lap dance.
“Everyone following me because of that video who thinks I was seducing a man [laugh emojis] no just best(ie),” Fabi reiterated.
Fabi, who describes herself as a “hot mess,” admitted to being “drunk” when the viral video was filmed and holds no regrets about it.
She shared multiple Instagram stories about her time at the Phillies game, including one where she claims, “All the moms hate me here.”