How to Spend $375K at a Strip Club…

by Junior D on October 31, 2012 · 0 comments

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If you thought this story was going to be a guide to spending that kind of money at a strip club then you are sorely mistaken. I don’t know how that’s possible, but you might want to ask Baltimore Ravens offensive lineman, Bryant McKinnie. He certainly knows how to have a good time at a strip club.

McKinnie, the former Miami Hurricane, racked up a mind-boggling $375,000 tab at strip clubs in the South Florida area. He pulled a lap dance, champagne room, dine and ditch.  I wonder if there was any sex in those champagne rooms? For $375k he should’ve at least had a few rub and tugs.

The father of rapper Trick Daddy filed suit against McKinnie, stating that McKinnie had racked up huge tabs with him at South Florida area strip clubs. Charles Young had apparently loaned McKinnie the money between February 2009 and September of 2010.

I am not going to bore you with the details of the law suit. After hearing about this story I promptly hopped on my iPhone looking for any news about this. As I read through different stories I couldn’t find the one thing that I was looking for…ANSWERS!

I know Mr. Young’s son  is a famous rapper but how do you have that much cash to lend one person over a year and a half? After the first $10k wouldn’t say something like, “hey, how about you pay me the first $10k before you ask for more money.”??? Maybe it’s because I don’t have that kind of cash. Maybe it’s because I don’t live that lifestyle. I do know that $375k is a lot of money.

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How the hell do you spend that kind of money at a strip club anyway? Even if you went to the strip club everyday during the offseason it’s almost impossible to spend that kind of cash on Roxie or Mercedes at a strip club. Did McKinnie make it rain with IOUs? He had to have been getting some “special treatment” to spend that kind of money. Maybe a knuckle shuffle in the bathroom? I don’t think that would be too expensive…it had to be some nasty shit. Maybe the ‘New Jersey Meat Hook?’ Whatever he spent his money on I hope it was worth it.

It’s not like McKinnie has nothing else on his mind…his wages are being garnished, right now, to pay off a $4.5 million loan he took out when the lock out happened. Yeah, he never paid that back either. Even though he denies the claim by Charles Young, it’s not like he has a pristine history with paying off loans.

There is so much more he could have done with that money. I’m not even talking about helping others or giving it to charity. He could have bought 187,500 batteries…he would never run out of batteries for the rest of his life. Do you realize he could have bought five, 2013 Porsche Boxster S’s with that money? He could have also spent the money to buy 1,875 hours with a financial planner (at $200 per hour).

Then everyone wonders why these guys are broke after they retire. I have no sympathy for guys like this. Two years after McKinnie retires he’ll be bitching about all the money he wasted on dumb shit and how he’s living under a bridge somewhere in downtown Miami. When that happens, I won’t care. Actually, I’ll probably laugh.

Just as a side note…McKinnie was also involved in the Minnesota Vikings ‘Boat Party’ scandal in 2005. Do you remember that? So, not only does he have a track record of being bad with money he also has a sketchy track record with giving women money for a little ‘romp’ too.

 

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