Former WWE Superstar Lacey Evans, also known as Macey Estrella, is embarking on a new endeavor by opening the Sunny Summer Cafe in Beaufort, SC on August 21st.

In an interview with Your Island News, Estrella expressed her motivation behind this decision, stating, “I thought I could be of more assistance fighting a different fight than in the WWE ring. I want to focus on helping my community to fight against addiction and fight on the mental health side to normalize mental health issues.”

The cafe’s name, Sunny Summer Cafe, is a tribute to Estrella’s two daughters, Summer and Sunny.

Upon the cafe’s launch, Estrella has plans to collaborate with community organizations, such as Alcoholics Anonymous (AA), offering them complimentary coffee and donuts alongside a space for meetings. She also envisions hosting seminars and classes, particularly targeted at women and military spouses, to equip them with essential skills for employment and pursuing their goals. The cafe aims to become a hub for support and personal development within the community.


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