Shawty Lo and All his babies mamas couldn’t make it to air but apparently the strippers know how to do it better than rappers. And if you thought Mona Scott had ‘ratchet’ on lock with Love & Hip Hop Atlanta…. well, just imagine all of the same women working together (naked) under one strip club roof.
It get’s worse… the show, entitled “Strip Club Queens of Atlanta” is a highly produced first in a developing franchise of gentlemen’s club dancers who unveil the behind-the-scenes operations the strip club business.
The reality show takes viewers into the dressing rooms and into their homes and shows exactly how they’re living…. LARGE. Very large.
Stripping is a big cash based business and one can only wonder how much can be exposed before Uncle Sam comes knocking, but that’s just the level headed, reasonable me thinking…. the ‘ratchet’ in me is all in for the drama!
Check out the cast + extended trailer below…
The Atlanta cast features sex strippers: BeBe the Body, Boy Toy, Farrari, Ginger, Sinna, and in following the footsteps of the reality show gods prior, features one white stripper/cast mate named Kat
The women attempt to alter the perception of what goes on in the strip club in hopes of changing negative perceptions but I’m not so sure they’re successful. The show is described by it’s creators as follows:
Glamour, money and stress are all a reality for an exotic dancer. Strip Club Queens is a new reality docu-drama, that strips down the stereotypes of exotic-dancers, and provides a in-depth look into their lives, their dreams and goals, and the hardships they face working in the strip club environment.
This dynamic series also delivers an inside look into the multi-billion dollar strip club industry and explores some of the life changing moments that lead these women to become dancers.
The show will follow six dancers as they work to increase their popularity to mega stardom. Each dancer offers the viewers a totally different perspective of life, stress and drama inside and outside of the club.
A full season will chronicle varying topics ranging from life sacrifice, fast cash, drama, family life, relationships, and body image. These issues coupled with the casts’ sexiness and heated emotions are the recipe for a great show.
Just FYI, in the trailer Kat mentions that she called the black strippers “animals” and “horses, but only in retaliation for being routinely called a “cracker.”
She later has the audacity to butcher Martin Luther King Jr.’s famous “I have a dream” speech, stating, “I have a dream that black girls will get the f— over it, cuz times have changed and s— is over with …”
Here are a few mini clips to sooth your guilty pleasures:
Apparently a few episodes are already available online via UrbanClout but they’re not free. I’m not so sure I’ll be paying for it. Y’all can certainly tell me about it though….
Will you be tuning in to see what strippers can add to the “reality” of reality shows?