Kat Stacks Says She Doesn’t Have To Ho Anymore, Rappers Pay Just To See Her Face!

- By Bossip Staff Categories: Attention Slores, Hoes, News

Kat Stacks - XXL Cover

Why do ho’s get famous for f*cking? That’s the question we asked when we read the Kat Stacks interview with XXL. In it, Kat Stacks says she IS famous and she doesn’t have to be a ho anymore, now all she has to do is show her face to get that money.

Kat Stacks got off her back long enough to give XXL some insight into how she skyrocketed to one of the most well known ho’s in the game. With more than 70,000 Twitter followers tracking her sexcapades, Kat says she’s still “Kat Stacks, bitch!” and she ain’t goin’ nowhere, no time soon. She also claims that she got her ho’in from her mama.

“My daddy died when I was like 10 years old. I was actually raised by my Uncles… I never had a father figure because my mother was running around with alot of muthaf*ckas and my Uncles weren’t father figures either. They used to be physically abused by their father, so that’s how I was raised. I got tired of it. I left. I ain’t never had a mother figure. Ain’t none of them were ever there.”

XXL also asked her how she went from stripper to paid jump-off.

” When Ifirst started [stripping], I didn’t expect to meet anybody. I just thought about money to pay my bills. The first person I met was Pitbull, the next person I met was T-Pain because he owned the club Encore, and I was working there. I started meeting them out [in Miami]. And then I started meeting more on Twitter. I didn’t expect to meet none of these muthaf*ckas on Twitter, because you only think there’s computer nerds on there, but rappers are actually there.”

“Well since I was a stripper, back then it was all about money. So if anybody wanted me to go home with them, they had to pay. So yeah… I don’t have to f*ck dudes for money no more. They just give me money to see my face.”

Oh, and what a face it is! She also talks about getting paid for appearances. She should get paid for disappearances! LOL



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