Tyesha Wilson rocketed into internet stardom in November thanks to her flawless, impromptu recitation of Philly rapper Freeway's timeless hit "What We Do."

Video of Wilson at a 2018 Sixers-Heat game went viral after Election Day when Complex Editor-in-chief Maurice Peebles tweeted it out in response to reports that the high vote count in Philadelphia tilted the pivotal state of Pennsylvania in favor of President-elect Joe Biden

The clip is from a longer fancam video that took place at the game after the announcers introduced Freeway, who was in the building that night. 

The Philadelphia Inquirer tracked down Wilson and spoke to her about her new internet stardom, her love of Philly sports and her deep respect for the legendary Freeway. 

Wilson explained that the arena began playing the Freeway hit and asked fans to rap along, which many did without hesitation. 

“Freeway was at the game, so it was a lot more for everybody to just show out. We know the guy from in the neighborhood, so I got up and I pledged my allegiance, ‘cause, you know, that’s our anthem,” the 36-year-old North Philly native told the newspaper.

“It’s like a tattoo that I don’t have. To be honest? I’m still in shock. I can’t believe it. The video is two years old. I had no idea and then I see it and it’s — I don’t know! My soul came out of my body," she added.