» by Hip-Hop Wired September 23, 2013, 19:00pm
WTF is it? I'm still confused, the hair, makeup, the eyebrows, it's all too much! She looks like a man pretending to be a woman! Is this what men like?
I'm *****uming the strip club is in the projects
Isn't it crazy? Then they are the first to yell out "aint no real women out here!" Her look is overkill, but it attracts attention.
of course you bxtches made the first two pix group pictures so we have to keep flipping to see which one is the stripper
Lol the comments killing me.
All that money and you cant find a good looking woman to party with. All these chicks are busted.
Seriously, does your mother look any better, even in her prime...?
Sweat Pea looks fine. Dont bash her for being an individual. Besides she lives in Miami, a lot of the woman have an eclectric type of looks there.
Ratchet, fat, tranny
ahhh not sure what to make of her. One thing she is not good looking at all. what's is up with the hair she about 30 lbs over weight and she looks like a pug
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