The song was released as the first promotional single on June 2, from SZA's debut studio album, Ctrl. The song was then sent to urban contemporary radio as the album's fourth single and third radio single. The song was released a week ahead of the album's release, as a promotional single on mainstream music platforms. As the song comes to a close, the camera cuts to SZA as a stripper , lying unconscious on the bathroom floor of a strip club , following an altercation with another woman.
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You might recognise them from the big screen or because of their successful music careers, but these nine celebrities actually used to make money in a totally different way - by taking their clothes off. In an interview with Buzzfeed in , Chris explained that as much as he likes being naked, he isn't sure he was very good at the dancing part. I loved to always get naked. I was very free, so I thought, "I may as well get paid.
Subscriber Account active since. Stars like Channing Tatum and Cardi B are known for their success in movies and music. But before breaking through Hollywood, they took jobs as strippers to earn money — and they're not the only stars who have turned to exotic dancing. There are many other celebrities who revealed that they were strippers, whether it was for a weekend, a few months, or several years. At the time, she was a single mother struggling to pay rent and support her son. Leakes took a job as a stripper under the name "Silk" and said that she felt "powerful" as a dancer. Fans of Tatum are probably aware that the actor was an exotic dancer before starring in movies like "21 Jump Street" and "Step Up. A video sold to Us Weekly in showed Tatum — who went by the name "Chan Crawford" — dancing for guests who were clearly pleased with what they saw. Tatum has spoken openly about his past. In , he told GQ that he's "not ashamed," nor does he "regret one thing.