While it’s been on my bucket list to visit every strip club name checked on “Whistle While You Twurk” by the Ying Yang Twins for over a decade, it’s people like NFL
baller free agent Bryant McKinnie that make me reconsider.
Charles “Pop” Young, the father of hood prophet Trick Daddy and owner of the King of Diamonds shake shack, filed a new lawsuit saying the former Baltimore Ravens offensive lineman owes $150,000 in over 4,000 lap dances and booty claps. Round of applause?
Young — who has held key positions at both Diamonds Gentleman’s Club and Queen of Diamonds in Miami — sued McKinnie in October 2012 and alleged that he had given the offensive lineman a series of cash loans between February 2009 and September 2010. Young claimed that McKinnie used those loans to pay for trips to Miami strip clubs and that McKinnie had refused to pay him back. McKinnie called the lawsuit “bogus” at the time and said that he didn’t owe Young anything. But Young contended that McKinnie owed him almost $400K.
Unfortunately, Young isn’t going to get the $375,000 he was asking for. But according to a report released by the site RE-TOX over the weekend, he is reportedly going to get something. It seems Young and McKinnie recently reached a settlement outside of court and that McKinnie is going to pay Young $150,000 total. He has already paid $37,000 of that with the other $113,000 set to be paid at a later date.
McKinnie, whose contract with the Dolphins expired in March, denied the story of the whopping tab in an interview with the Baltimore Sun back in 2012.
“What strip club gives you a $375,000 tab? It just sounds stupid to me. I’ve never heard of this in my life. This is bogus to me.”
Nelly sliding his credit card down the crack of that stripper’s ass in the “Tip Drill” video makes a little more sense now, huh?