WWE star Lacey Evans performs sexy dance to song Ric Flair Drip to troll rival Charlotte Flair on Instagram

WWE star Lacey Evans has posted a Instagram video trolling Charlotte Flair by seductively dancing to an X-rated song about her rival's famous dad Ric Flair.

In the clip posted on Tuesday, 'The Lady of WWE' raunchily danced to the Ric Flair Drip hit by Metro Boomin and Offset – and even called called wrestling legend Ric "daddy."


Evans beat Charlotte two weeks in a row on Monday Night RAW, the second time with help from Flair's Dad.

The Georgia-native tweeted: "Idk what's better….the win, the money, the suite, or pissing off the queen. Thank you Daddy @ricflairnatureboy#WorkSmarterNotHarder #RAW."

Flair, known as "the dirtiest player in the game," betrayed his daughter in a stunning new storyline.

Since Charlotte returned to action in December, Lacey has proved a nasty rival.

During last week's Legends Night, Evans flirted with Ric backstage and teased that she would be "Charlotte's next stepmom."



In another series of tweets posted on Tuesday, the ex-marine continued to troll her adversary, saying: "Your daddy taught me more in one night than you ever will sweetheart.

"I enjoyed your lil class session though. Until next time #Raw #MamaFlair."

The Nature Boy is known for being a lady's man, having been married four times.

His daughter Charlotte has been married twice and is currently engaged to fellow WWE star Andrade.



Evans started dating her now-husband Alfonso Estrella at 15 and they share eight-year-old daughter Summer.

For Christmas the 30-year-old mother caused a stir when she gifted her kid a handgun with her daughter's face on it.


On WWE TV the hint of an onscreen romance angle between Evans and Flair has proved to be polarizing with fans.

One tweeted: "Kinda [enjoy it] but it's definitely weird"

Another added: "[the angle] is stupid and gross".

Outside the WWE, Evans dazzles her 1.3million Instagram followers with glam selfies, belfies, and workout snaps.Here are some of the best:





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