Abbie Chatfield admits to going home with an American rapper after going to his concert for ‘work’

Abbie Chatfield and American rapper Yung Gravy recently took their relationship further. The radio host, 27, confirmed the pair went on an actual date and hinted that they went home together


They recently put on a flirty display in a TikTok video while he was on tour in Sydney.

And Abbie Chatfield and American rapper Yung Gravy have taken their relationship further.   

The radio host, 27, confirmed the pair went on an actual date and hinted they went home together. 

Speaking on her It’s A Lot podcast with her producers Oscar and Lem, Abbie sarcastically said she went to Yung Gravy’s Sydney concert ‘just for work’, but admitted she arrived at the show with him and they went out afterward.

‘Obviously I went to Yung Gravy’s gig, it was good, I had to go for the radio station, I get forced to go to gigs it’s not even that I wanted to go, I was forced to go,’ she said. 

Abbie Chatfield and American rapper Yung Gravy recently took their relationship further. The radio host, 27, confirmed the pair went on an actual date and hinted that they went home together

Abbie Chatfield and American rapper Yung Gravy recently took their relationship further. The radio host, 27, confirmed the pair went on an actual date and hinted that they went home together

Speaking on her It's A Lot podcast with her producers Oscar and Lem, Abbie sarcastically said she went to Yung Gravy's Sydney concert just for work, but admitted she arrived at the show with him and they went on a date afterward

Speaking on her It’s A Lot podcast with her producers Oscar and Lem, Abbie sarcastically said she went to Yung Gravy’s Sydney concert just for work, but admitted she arrived at the show with him and they went on a date afterward 

The podcast host, who referred to the rapper as Matt – his full name is Matthew Raymond Hauri – said they didn’t go for dinner, but they did grab drinks and he paid for it. 

When asked by producer Oscar what they did after having drinks, Abbie let slip that they did in fact go home together, but she tried to back track. 

‘I wouldn’t say dinner, we had a drink…and then we went home.. no sorry, no, we both just left the pub,’ she said. 

However, Abbie’s facial expressions said more than her words as she looked widely at the camera with a cheeky grin as she tried to say that they didn’t actually go home together. 

Keen for more details, producer Oscar asked Abbie if they kissed with tongue – and she wasn’t too hesitant to give up the information.  

‘I dunno If I can say that,’ she said. ‘But, no, yeah… we had a little kiss, I think that’s fine.’ 

The revelation comes after the rapper previously told The Kyle and Jackie O Show he wanted to meet the podcast host when he comes to visit Australia, and later a flirtatious TikTok video was filmed. 

In the November interview, Gravy said he hoped to go on a date with Abbie, to which radio host Kyle Sandilands responded: ‘You and everyone else. Line up, my friend, line up!’

Keen for more details, producer Oscar asked Abbie if they kissed with tongue - and she wasn't too hesitant to give up the information

Keen for more details, producer Oscar asked Abbie if they kissed with tongue – and she wasn’t too hesitant to give up the information 

He even gave Abbie a rose for their first 'date' together

He even gave Abbie a rose for their first ‘date’ together 

When Gravy said, ‘I think we’ve got a date planned,’ Kyle’s fill-in co-host Brittany Hockley remarked: ‘I have no doubt.’ 

Elsewhere in the same segment, Kyle asked the Minnesota rapper if Abbie had sent him nudes, and Brittany asked if they’d ‘sexted’ each other.

Gravy later said he thought the hosts’ remarks were ‘wack’ and disrespectful.

‘Hopefully they’re close friends ’cause I didn’t really like how he [Kyle] reacted to it,’ he told The Brag.

At about this time, a public feud exploded between Brittany and Abbie, who accused the KIIS FM star of slut-shaming her on live radio.

At the time, Brittany was filling in for Jackie ‘O’ Henderson.

While Kyle was the one leading the conversation, Abbie said Brittany was complicit in his ‘misogyny’ by refusing to speak up.

In the November interview, Gravy said he hoped to go on a date with Abbie, to which radio host Kyle Sandilands responded: 'You and everyone else. Line up, my friend, line up!'

In the November interview, Gravy said he hoped to go on a date with Abbie, to which radio host Kyle Sandilands responded: 'You and everyone else. Line up, my friend, line up!'

In the November interview, Gravy said he hoped to go on a date with Abbie, to which radio host Kyle Sandilands responded: ‘You and everyone else. Line up, my friend, line up!’ 

Britt later posted a statement on Instagram in which she apologised for her involvement in the ‘misogynistic’ jokes, and insisted she had always been an advocate for female empowerment.

‘I want to apologise for the undercurrent misogynistic tones that the interview had,’ she began.

‘The nature of live radio is unpredictable and often unplanned, which was the case with the direction that this conversation took. Live on radio I found myself in a position where Abbie and I were pitted against each other.’

Brittany said she had never intended to offend Abbie and blamed the gaffe on the nature of live radio.



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