For Women Who Want The Ballerific Life!
I started an epidemic with my big booty and dark skin. It seems as if my features weren’t accepted by the industry until I came around. In 2005 even, there wasn’t anyone like me; it’s possible this is why I was so successful. Maybe people were tired of looking at the same slim, light-skinned chicks. I feel like I brought something new to the game; I brought change and diversity and the world loved it.
When I first started modeling, the first thing I felt like I had to do was more important to me than anything else: to not look behind me and end up right back in the strip clubs. When I was blessed enough to get away from that lifestyle, I promised myself I would do everything I could morally to not ever dance again.
I will never regret anything I’ve ever done in my life. I have a love/hate attitude towards the strip game. I love and honor the experience, the money and the hustle and grind; the lessons are priceless. I learned something valuable from every club and every city I visited. What I learned has brought me here, where I sit writing now, without the Superhead nonsense.
I believe everything happens for a reason. I may not always know the reason, but it doesn’t matter. I’ve made mistakes like hell in my life but I promise you one thing, I did learn from my mistakes and my mistakes made me a better person. I don’t have a perfect life, but I’m happy and I love God and I know He has my back no matter what. My past will always be something I’ll talk about with my head held high. But did I feel like I wanted to dance forever? Hell no! That chapter in my life is over!