On the night after the Super Bowl, there was a mega party that Quality Control threw in Miami, Florida. Strippers from all around the nation were encouraged to audition for the QC (Quality Control) Stripper Bowl, which took place in certain clubs throughout Miami.
The Audition Process
This was a 4-day audition process that started Thursday night and went all the way to Sunday before the event started. During the audition process, they were not paid for the work they did at various clubs. However, they were told they would receive their fair share after the stripper bowl was over, which most girls thought was going to be $4-6,000. This was because this was the amount of money the strippers received last year.
All of the girls that auditioned made it into the QC Stripper Bowl and signed a contract stating that strippers can not pick up money thrown on the ground, they couldn’t get nude on the dance floor, all go-go dancers were going to get paid a fee, and no exit can be blocked at any time. They also paid a fee of 350 dollars to perform at the QC Stripper Bowl, and it was reported that some strippers had to pay an even higher fee to attend. The women who were helping the strippers with the contracts were reported to be rude, and also told the strippers not to worry about that contract because another contract would be available to sign, which never happened.
During the QC Stripper Bowl
The strippers were told to get to the QC Stripper Bowl at 10:00 PM, yet they didn’t actually get to perform until 2:00 AM because of how long the paperwork and processing was. They got either green or blue wristbands at the party. According to the strippers who attended the QC Stripper Bowl, the green wristbands meant that you were the favorites of the guys giving out the wristbands and got access to certain VIP areas of the club. The blue wristbands meant that you weren’t a favorite of theirs and didn’t get to go into these areas.
According to YouTuber Bre, who’s channel is The Stripper Life of Bre, those who got green wristbands were “Light-skinned or had their body done.”
They then proceeded to get dressed in Porta-Potties, since only customers could use the actual bathrooms they had. During the party, big-name celebrities and Quality Control label executives threw an estimated $1 million on the floor. Customers and security guards were seen stealing money off the floor and they didn’t get searched. However, when one stripper was seen doing the same thing all the strippers had to be searched. This stripper was seen with a travel bag of $50,000 worth of ones in her bag.
After the QC Stripper Bowl
After the event, the strippers got searched, security guards took every single one-dollar bill the stripper had without any proof on whether or not they stole it off the ground. As a punishment, they had to pick up every single dollar that was left on the ground and count the money with seven girls at a table. There were security guards with AK-47’s screaming at the girls to keep counting the cash since some girls were falling asleep at the table due to the exhaustion they faced working more than twelve hours.
They were counting all night and all throughout the morning. Some girls even missed their flights and had to check out of their hotels late. Each table counted around $10,000 worth of cash still left over.
Where Did the Strippers’ Money Go?
When it came time to pay the strippers for half a day’s worth of work, the owners didn’t care about the strippers’ time and were talking amongst themselves. The strippers were yelling at the owners to just give them back the fee that they paid to attend the stripper bowl, and police had to arrive to calm them down.
They were all told to line up and gave each stripper $1100 down the line, which means strippers only made $750 for working overtime. Once strippers were given the money, they were given an X on the wrist so that they couldn’t go back in line to receive more money. However, strippers would take make-up wipes and wipe the X off so that they could receive more money from the event.
This brings us to the question: Why didn’t they have a roster of each stripper’s name so that they could keep track of who got paid and who didn’t?
The answer is simple really, its because they made so much money from the event that they didn’t care who got more money. This also means that strippers made way more than they were given since every dollar that landed on that floor was meant for the strippers as tips.
The musicians and owners threw a total of 3 million dollars on the floor, but yet strippers were only given a small portion of the tips that were made that night. However, in the contract, it said that only 30% of the tips made that night would go back to the company. This goes to show that the Quality Control Music company ripped off the strippers after treating them like animals. According to the contract, the girls should’ve made more money at the QC Stripper Bowl.
If you feel like you know of a company that might be trying to scam you, make sure you look up their email or phone number to see if they are who they say they are so that something similar doesn’t happen to you.