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Diana, a young mom working at a shoe store meets two strippers, Tricks and Ronnie. They tell her that she should work at The Playa's Club for big money. The woman accepts and soon introduces her cousin into the club. Then she finds out that her cousin is doing housecalls which Tricks bribed her to do. One day Diana returns to her house after almost being raped by an obsessed fan and finds her cousin sleeping with her ex-boyfriend. She kicks her cousin out and starts dating Blue, a DJ at the club. They go out one night and Diana's cousin calls asking her to pick her up from a bachelor party. Diana refuses and soon after her cousin is raped. Now she has only one option, to put Tricks in her place.Written by
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[while speaking to two strippers trying on shoes]
You need a bigger size, huh?
It's about time. You took so long I don't even know what I want no 'mo.
Girl, I could not put up with your job.
I couldn't put up with yours either. What club do you all work at?
Club Sugar Daddy!
[High-fives her friend]
Hmm, how do you put up with *your* job?
Now easy, Miss Thang. We just using what we got to get what we want.
[high-fiving her friend]
Go on, girl!
Well, if that's all you got, you don't want much.
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After the ending credits, two Ice Cube videos are shown. The first video is Ice Cube - We Be Clubbin. The second video is Ice Cube featuring Mr. Short Khop - My Loved Ones. See more »
Performed by Emmage
Written by David A. Hughes, Andre Harris, Douglas C. Thorton and Beverly A. McCargo p/k/a "Emmage" and Bud'da (as Stephen Anderson p/k/a Bud-da)
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I'm not to sure if this was supposed to be serious, or a comedy There was a lot of funny stuff in it. But, there were also a lot of things that seemed to me were supposed to be scary.
It is a story about an innocent girl who is working as a stripper trying to put herself through school, and all the drama and headaches that comes along with her job. Not a bad story. It has some heartfelt events. The dialog wasn't very good at all. The acting was hit or miss. The way Ice Cube told the story was pretty flawed. Things were pretty misplaced, which makes it hard to follow at times.
Wasn't a bad flick. Something I would recommend solely for entertainment purposes, and only if you like cheesy "being bullied" type movies. 95% of the characters were either being bullied by someone, bullying someone else, or both
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