Jessica Dime chopped it up with VladTV about her days dancing at Miami’s famed King of Diamonds before she started appearing on “Love & Hip Hop Altanta.”
After sharing a story about how hard times led her to the world of stripping, the Memphis native revealed what it was like when she started dancing at King of Diamonds. Jessica said that she got addicted to the money she was making, and she revealed that Lil Wayne contributed to some of her biggest paydays.
“Wayne used to come in every week and spend $50,000 to $60,000 and a dance with 10 girls, and I was always in the pile. I can’t really name another [celebrity] that was as consistent as he was.”
During the second half of the interview the reality star spoke about her thoughts on the illegal butt shot trend, and her relationship with Joseline Hernandez which you can hear more about in the above clip.
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