Bubba Wallace teases underwear photo; Range of reactions from NASCAR drivers

“Daddy don’t tease,” says NASCAR champion Chase Elliott.

NASCAR driver Bubba Wallace takes stab at underwear modeling; Draws wide reaction from fellow drivers

There I am, scrolling through Instagram and enjoying my weekend. A lovely puppy video followed by a video of a skateboarder busting his face.

Pow! A photo from NASCAR driver Bubba Wallace steals the whole show.

A short belly shirt will grab your attention. But, don’t let that or the bushy stomach hair distract you from the focus point as he stands in a garage.

The racing suit is unzipped and hanging down. What you’re seeing is an underwear ad.

Wallace now has his own underwear line titled “BW Winter Camo.” It’s sold through PSD Underwear for $25.00.

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NASCAR drivers comment on Bubba Wallace underwear photo

The Bubba Wallace underwear ad sparked a wide range of comments from his fellow drivers:

“Daddy don’t tease,” 2020 NASCAR Champions and fellow PSD Underwear ambassador Chase Elliott commented.

NASCAR driver Corey LaJoie asks, “Where can I get a crop top like that?”

“I didn’t know they made sweaters for your belly,” fellow NASCAR driver and friend Ryan Blaney stated.

Daniel Suarez comments, “And holidays are just starting!”

Parker Kligerman adds, “You’re my new style icon.”

Max McLaughlin comments, “Dude… this is gold.”

PSD Underwear is a trending boxer briefs company. The company is owned Kyrie Irving, Jimmy Butler, Chandler Parsons and Tyler Blevins.

Wallace’s brand has exploded this year. It sparked from racial injustice, of which Wallace has been vocal to exposing. It was followed by a mistaken noose incident that grabbed national attention and brought an FBI investigation.

Related: FBI concludes noose investigation from Talladega NASCAR race; It’s been there since October 2019

Wallace has collected a fair amount of endorsement deals this year. He also helped bring several primary sponsors to Richard Petty Motorsports, including Door Dash and Cash App, both of which made their NASCAR debut in 2020.

In 2021, Bubba Wallace will be driving the No. 23 in the NASCAR Cup Series. He moves from Richard Petty Motorsports to pilot the startup team owned by Michael Jordan and Denny Hamlin.

Related: NASCAR monitoring Hamlin/Jordan team to make sure it’s not a 5th JGR car

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