Zach Bryan's Girlfriend Opens Up About 'Traumatizing' Crash On TikTok

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Zach Bryan and his girlfriend, Barstool Sports personality Brianna Chickenfry, were involved in a “traumatizing” crash earlier this week, she said in a video posted on TikTok.

Chickenfry, whose real name is Brianna LaPaglia, opened up about the accident in the video posted to TikTok on Tuesday afternoon (May 14). She said in the video that she wanted to “rant for a second, because I think I’m nearing a mental breakdown,” as she reflected on the accident in the two-minute, 31-second video.

“Everything is just like, what the f***’s going on,” Chickenfry said. “Two nights ago, Zach and I got into a traumatizing side-by-side car crash. It flipped a bunch of times, everything shattered, and thank God we had our seat belts on. There was a lot of blood and we thought — we were saying goodbye to each other.”

Chickenfry said an ambulance arrived and Bryan got “stitched up.” Now, “we are happy and alive.” They continued on to North Little Rock, Arkansas, where Bryan was set to perform on Monday (May 13) and Tuesday nights at Simmons Bank Arena. It was not immediately clear where exactly the accident occurred or what caused it. He’s currently on his headlining “Quitting’ Time Tour.” Chickenfry said in her TikTok on Tuesday afternoon, however, that troubles continued when one of her cats escaped from the tour bus and ran into the woods following the “traumatizing” accident. Bryan chased after the cat, breaking his stitches and beginning to bleed again. Later, one of the other cats also escaped from the bus.

“I’m just so tired. I’m just so tired. My whole body hurts, and I keep finding more bruises and scrapes, and I pulled glass out of my cheek last night,” Chickenfry said at the end of that video. She quickly followed up with a second TikTok, pledging to be “that annoying person” who urges everyone to wear seat belts.

“I will spend the rest of my life saying ‘wear your seat belts,’” she said. “I was never the person to be like, ‘put your seat belt on. Wear your seat belt.’ I was like, ‘people are gonna do what they wanna do.’ Not anymore. I’m gonna be that helicopter, stupid f***ing annoying friend that’s like ‘put your seat belt on or the car’s not moving. If you get anything from me…it’s wear a seat belt. if we didn’t have our seat belts on, we would be literally decapitated, broken necks or dead. So, are you gonna get into a car today? Put your seat belt on. Put it on!”

Bryan has not publicly commented on the accident as of publication time on Tuesday afternoon.

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