Tammy Sytch, known best for her run in the World Wrestling Federation as Sunny, had an awful birthday on December 7. As the original WWE Diva turned 49, she was planning on a romantic trip to Tampa with her boyfriend, James Jones. Things apparently went awry when Jones refused to pay for anything for Tammy while on the trip.

In an alleged since-deleted Facebook post, Tammy complained that Jones didn’t pay for dinner or any of her birthday activities. The WWE Hall of Famer was forced to pony up for $7,000 worth of travel, activities, and meals that she expected James to take care of. She deleted the angry rant shortly after posting it. There are still several other posts that confirm her unfortunate birthday experience.

“I spent THOUSANDS on this birthday trip for US!! And he couldn’t even pick up dinner last night or ANYTHING we are supposed to do this week. So it’s MY RESPONSIBILITY to pay and plan for all my birthday activities. I’ve lost about $7k from his bullshit. Includes the over $2k for Tampa bay tix (which I could care less about). So I’m down about $7k. Thanks bud. You’re the best boyfriend ever!!!!”



Tammy posted a food pic, sharing her lamb chops from Fogo de Chao in Orlando. In the comments, she accused her significant other of making her pay for the birthday dinner. Before she realized she was being stiffed, she posted a video with Jones where they sang happy birthday at the dinner table.

Shortly thereafter, she made a post inviting somebody to use James’ Tampa Buccaneers ticket on Sunday. A followup post offered both tickets, so it appears she’s so disgusted that she’s bailing on the planned outing. She later complained about the non-payment incident before claiming she is done with men and ready to try girls. Sunny also said that her birthday week was a living hell because of her boyfriend on Twitter in which she also plugged her OnlyFans page.

Michael Perry

Michael Perry is a news contributor for Ringside News and Thirsty for News. Michael has an M.A. in Communication Technology from Point Park University in his hometown of Pittsburgh, PA.

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