Floyd Mayweather is about his business inside the boxing ring and 100 percent playtime when he’s not training.
A woman named Aziah King may have just had the most viral moment off all time after she retold an alleged tale of prostitution, pimping, panhandling and MURDER. Ladies and gentlemen, “The Zola Story.”
Some 2,000 exotic dancers at a Midtown Manhattan strip club have been awarded $10.9 million dollars by a U.S. judge. But it’s far from a come-up, considering these women were seriously exploited.
A Houston stripper named Jhonni Blaze claims Drake sent thugs to her place of business and home to threaten her. This story reeks of so much struggle, despair and THOTism, that we just had to share.
These strippers ain’t loyal. Four NYC pole athletes were charged with grand larceny, conspiracy and forgery, among other charges, for drugging wealthy men and bamboozling them into making excessive charges on their credit cards to the tune of almost $200,000.
The terms “exotic dancer” and “Fair Labor Standards Act” are as congruent as finding salvation underneath a strip club’s roof, but a few Atlanta strippers are currently fed up with not being paid and they are taking legal action against their employer.
Houston rapper Slim Thug is doing his best to get Dwight Howard to sign with his local NBA franchise. The “Like A Boss” rapper made his pitch directly to Howard on why he should sign to the Houston Rockets via Twitter, and it was glorious.
Remember when going to the strip club was usually kept on the hush? Blame rappers and their videos for the gentleman’s club renaissance. One rapper helping said cause is Meek Mill, who was on hand to make it rain at the newly renovated King Of Diamond’s in Miami.
Unfortunately the words “rapper” and “taxes” more times than not ends up in a fail (ask Ja Rule). However, Hip-Hop artists like Game, Jim Jones, Daz Dillinger and more are hoping their “expenses” at the strip club are legitimate tax deductions that will ease the pain when it comes time to pay Uncle Sam.
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