With the recent new couple alert of singer Sean Kingston and Texas stripper Maliah Michel who once dated the rapper Drake and was even shouted out in a song by the rapper people seem to be confused and highly inflamed as to why rappers and athletes choose these “bottom barrel” women over over so called ”wholesome” women.
I don’t know if it’s because women feel like they have worked very hard to obtain college degrees and uphold respectable positions in life and still end up with a pretty sub par man or if it’s just pure jealousy or a lack of understanding about who strippers are.
Well one thing for certain is that strippers are normal people. Stripping is just their job. Instead of choosing to be a gold digger or work a 9-5 they choose to strip. These are independent women. Some strip because they can’t get a regular gig, others strip simply because they like the freedom.
At the end of the day it’s a legal way for a woman who does not have access to money to be able to pay her bills. If you have had access to money early on in your life, and did not have to worry about how you are going to pay your bills I don’t think you are in a position to judge a stripper. But a woman who has struggled all of her life without a helping hand and finally succeeded I can understand why she would have a sour face towards a stripper.
Strippers are known to be in control of their sexuality and able to release it freely. Celebrities often times feel like they have to hold up a certain image and these fascinating women allow celebrity men the opportunity to let their hair down without a bunch of judgements. Celebrities and strippers have the commonality of both being unattached to the real world.
Sean Kingston, Drake, Kanye West, Omarion and Shaq are just a few male celebs who publicly got involved in relationships with stripper chicks.
Perhaps these men have learned a very valuable lesson about getting into relationships with these “wholesome” women and being bored in and out of the bedroom. Maybe they no longer care to marry a woman whose image will appeal to the public but they are instead interested in dating a woman who can fulfill their needs and allow them to feel comfortable being themselves without having to uphold an image fallacy..
That’s my take on it. I’m not a man, so I don’t really know. Would be nice if Drake or some other rapper would clearly tell the public why they choose these women over the more common type of woman.
In response to people saying that Sean is dating Drake’s sloppy seconds he tweeted:
I would love to hear your thoughts on this particular subject. Why do men love strippers?