The ‘Right in Front of My Salad’ Girl Is Claiming Her Fame and Coming Back for More

The ‘Right in Front of My Salad’ Girl Is Claiming Her Fame and Coming Back for More

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The Right in Front of My Salad Girl is speaking out about what it’s like to be a straight girl in a gay porn.

This summer’s hottest meme — “Right In Front of My Salad” — comes from a gay porn where a wife discovers her husband having sex with a chef who cooks in the nude. It’s so successful, is bringing the actress back for another installment.

“[We’ve] reached out to the break-out gif star for another appearance, and she has agreed to return for another scene in the very near future,” a spokesperson for confirmed.

At first, the actresses’ identity wasn’t revealed. However, now she is claiming her fame, speaking out about the experience and how the infamous line came to be.

Nikki V. is her name. A model who lives in Los Angeles, she opened up to Str8UpGayPorn about what it’s like to be a viral sensation. She says about uttering the now-famous line, “Yeah, it was something that I just said, and it all just flew out of my mouth, right along with ‘You guys are fucking gross!’ I was supposed to scream and just storm out, but it was all in the moment, and that’s why I think people feel the rawness of it. They know it’s real.”

She also says she’s ready for more: “Yes, absolutely. I already got a call back to do another! I am very, very excited.”

No word yet on what the second installment will be. Maybe something a bit more carnivorous with “Right in Front of my Burger.” Or maybe a more cultural adaptation and bukkake with “Right in Front of My Sushi.” We’re not sure, but we hope whatever happens only success and good things come Nikki V.’s way.

To read more of Nikki’s interview with Str8UpGayPorn, head here.


Editor’s note: This story has been edited from its original version to include less of the interview done with Str8UpGayPorn. We encourage readers to visit Str8UpGayPorn for the full piece.

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