These days rappers are wifing up strippers left and right but it should come as no surprise considering the synergy between gentlemen’s clubs and hip-hop. Let’s face it, rap music has kept dancers poppin’ that thang in a g-string while the clubs have helped to supply both bangin’ bawwwwwdies for music videos and a proving ground for new hits.
Join us as we count down a list of the skripper lovin’ rappers and the MC’s who get that same love back!
He has a song called “I Love Dem Strippers.” We rest our case.
Hailing from the strip club capital of the WORLD, this Atlanta rapper doesn’t even need bandz to make ’em dance. Although Jeezy recently jumped on an instrumental of Juicy J’s popular hit, his hustle friendly hits have kept strippers going on H.A.M. on a handstand since the beginning of his career.
You say no to ratchet pu$$y, Juicy J can’t!
Did strippers not make an arc when he made it rain? Just sayin’.
Yes, we know that’s not a picture of Tyga, but it is a photo of his son’s mother. Who used to make ends meet shaking her money maker at King of Diamonds. Just sayin’.
It’s no secret that Drizzy likes throwing his ones up in the air, but he has been known to take it a step further, even shouting out strippers by name (Hi Maliah) recruiting them for his music videos and even wifing them, briefly.
The epitome of a stripper lovin’ rapper. Like Tyga, the mother of Wiz’s firstborn was once an exotic dancer. Kanye may deserve the credit for plucking Amber Rose out of Sin City, but Wiz Khalifa will soon be walking down the aisle with her. Ain’t love grand?
Once BFF’s with Amber Rose and quick to throw a shout to Blac Chyna, Nicki has jumped on stripper friendly anthems like 2 Chainz “I Luv Dem Strippers” and Big Sean’s “Dance (A$$)” pretty much pledging her allegiance to the craft that is pole dance.
Uncle Luke set the soundtrack to make them hoes clap without using hands wayyyyyy back in the day. His “work” and esteemed place of honor was even recently documented on film in a short movie called The Life and Freaky Times of Uncle Luke.
If the “Face Down” video wasn’t evidence enough, Meeky made headlines earlier this year after he visited the skrip club to make it rain alongside Rihanna.
After Weezy was released from jail one of his very first stops was at Miami’s King of Diamonds strip club where he and his Young Money brethren proceeded to make it rain some $250K before the night was done.
Not only does he have a song called “Stripper” that features Wale, but this West Coast rapper once used a sling his own ding-a-ling while working as an exotic male dancer back in the day.
This rapper ternt sanga kicked off his career with a melodic ode with a title that said it all… “Luv Wit A Strippa!”