We’re back invading the lives of our favorite people! And your favorite people too! We caught up with Russell Twitty the famous driver of Liva Killa. Driver of one of the most BadA$$ trucks to ever wheelie on the planet to find out what Christmas was like as a child and what his Christmas traditions are today.
What is one Christmas tradition you have?
On Christmas morning I get to eat to eat monkey bread because Amanda only makes it once a year.
Think back to your childhood, it’s Christmas morning, who’s up first? Mom and Dad or Twitty?
Twitty, always, I would be the first one. Like 4a in the morning I would be up. It’s the only morning I could ever wake up like that.
What is one toy you can remember receiving that made your whole life?
I collected matchbox cars until I was probably 10 or 11, and I got a bicycle when I was 7, and I was on it 24/7. I still have the cars and the bicycle
Christmas Tree … Do you support Real or Fake?
There is only one, and it is a real one.
Favorite traditional Christmas song?
Christmas in Dixie – Alabama
What is your favorite Christmas treat? ex cookies, cakes, fudge, candy canes?
My mom’s baked goodies. Pecan tart and Hershey kiss sugar cookies
Let’s talk stockings. What was one thing, you always knew would be in your stocking Christmas morning?
How would you explain your wrapping skills?
On a scale of 1 to 10, I’m probably a 7.
Are you a last minute shopper?
I try not to be, but I am.
It’s Christmas Eve, where would we find you?
At my mom’s house. We have a gathering the whole family.
B&B: What is your favorite part of Christmas?
Looking forward to slowing down and enjoying it.
What is your big Christmas meal?
At my mom’s house on Christmas Eve we have fillets, ribs or prime rib. But really we have so much food. Everyone brings something. desserts, it’s crazy at my mom’s.