Tyreece – we’re thirsty for more of this triple-threat talent
I caught up with Tyreece for a behind-the-scenes look at life after Slag Wars.
How did you feel when you found out that you’d been cast in Slag Wars?
I was gagged!
It’s the fact that The Cock Destroyers had hand-picked us to be on this new reality show!
I had no idea what I was getting into. It was kind of a full-circle moment – last year, I was obsessed with them when they burst onto our screens, so to then be cast by them was definitely a surreal moment.
How did you find the production process?
At first, you can tell with my Bambi-eyes that I was low-key nervous – I’d never been on camera before or done anything this extreme.
But, as the weeks went by, I kind of forgot about the camera and it just became second-nature. That’s when I truly started to be able to project myself – I remembered why the fuck I was there.
Have there been any surprises or unexpected challenges from the attention that comes from being on a show like Slag Wars?
The positive reaction from social media has left me stunned! I never imagined the amount of people that would reach out and have so much love.
That has just energised me. Now that I have a platform, I’ll use it to better the life of every queer.
One of the (many) fun things about the show was that Sophie and Rebecca have a fairly loose definition of their brand – they said “…and that’s what being a Cock Destroyer is all about!” to pretty much everything. What does being a Cock Destroyer mean to you?
People question the loose definition, but that is the point – anyone can be a cock destroyer! There is no criteria, no judgement, and no right or wrong when it comes to the definition of cock destroyer
Being a cock destroyer for me is much more than physicality – it’s about your spirituality, mindset, and who you are as an individual.
For people who have discovered you through Slag Wars, what sort of content can they expect to see when they subscribe to your fan-subscription channels?
Cumable, spunkable, and fuckable. Period.
What are some of your goals and aspirations for the months ahead?
Some of the goals I’m working towards are:
Raising awareness for the non-binary community. We don’t get to see much – if any – representation of non-binary sexual identity and expression. I’m here to make it clear that has got to change.
Secondly, I’m developing a solo performance act for when the clubs reopen. It will be a gag – you don’t have to be in drag to be a valid form of queer entertainment. If you witnessed my dance for the cabaret, then you know.
Lastly, I want to walk in a queer fashion show in NYC.
I’m 21, I have big aspirations and I never want to stop being iconically qxeer.