What Is 1000-lb Sisters Star Tammy Slaton Doing Today?

What Is 1000-lb Sisters Star Tammy Slaton Doing Today?

1000-Lb Sisters Star Tammy Slaton is the queen of shocking fans with her strange, sometimes defiant behaviour. Last week, the celebrity shared a short TikTok telling followers that her “other lips” are beautiful and worth watching. Find out what her shocked followers thought of Tammy Slaton’s carnally superior display.

On Wednesday, Queen Tammy Slaton took to TikTok to share a fun and quirky video of her lip-syncing words to a trending sound clip. In the video, Tammy wears a black hood with a skeleton on the front, her windpipe clearly visible under her chin.

While the clip is super short, the running commentary certainly isn’t. In the past few days, the video has received nearly 1200 comments from Tik Tok viewers. While many of Tammy’s supporters piped up in support, most of the comments were from people who wished they hadn’t seen it.

What Is 1000-lb Sisters Star Tammy Slaton Doing Today?

In addition to making suggestive TikTok videos of her lady lips, Tammy Slaton is still being treated in an inpatient facility. Due to the fact that she’s been “hospital bed” for the past month, fans have been wondering if she’s in rehab or back in the hospital. Just a few weeks ago, Tammy told fans that she was not in hospital. However, according to her, she hasn’t been discharged either.


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Speaking about her whereabouts, the celebrity used air quotes in connection with the word ‘hospital’, which made fans wonder if she was in rehab. Others believe it’s more likely to be a long-term care treatment. This type of facility is similar to a nursing home, but is not intended to be permanent.

In her videos, Tammy Slaton usually wears her everyday clothes. She is also able to stand up and move, which can be seen in several of her videos where she stands and mimics low-movement dances.

Although the times surrounding Tammy Slaton’s medical problems are confusing, it appears that she is still recovering from carbon dioxide poisoning. A nursing facility may be a temporary option. It would allow her access to professional care until her lungs strengthen again.

Written by Sarah Milner

Sarah Milner is a freelance writer for over 5 years.

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