An Interview with a Detroit Stripper
by the Red Ninja of Afro-Squad.com
Exclusive Afro-Squad Interview - Randy West
Wow, thanks for the neck massage.
Breck: No Problem.
So, please tell us a little
Breck: My name is Breck, and I am originally
from Northern Michigan.
Is that your real name?
Breck: No, it is a nickname that my Dad gave
me as a kid. He used to say that I had hair like the Breck girl.
You know, the shampoo.
Rogers from Buck Rogers was the Breck girl in the 70s. How old are
Breck: Just over 30. Thanks for asking.
Aside from having great hair,
you have very manicured eyebrows. They look very posh.
Breck: Thanks! Not too many guys
notice. I had them tattooed on a few years back. I had them
shaped, then I had a tattoo done in the shape I wanted. It makes
them very easy to manage.
Well they look very sexy.
Much like Pamela Lee. In fact, you have other assets like Pamela.
I take it that those aren't real.
Breck: Yeah, I bought them about 10 years
ago... before I started dancing. They are a D cup.
Do they help in your line of
Breck: Not really, and I wouldn't recommend
them to new girls. A lot of guys prefer small chested babes.
They also being a lot of attention when I am out in public, and I don't
always want that sort of attention.
Well they look
fantastic from here. Are they silicone?
Breck: Yeah, they were using silicone when I
got them. I will probably get them reduced to a smaller implant in a
Do you have a lot of friends
in the club?
Breck: No, I keep to myself. It is an
hour commute to work, and I just prefer to be private. A lot of
girls like to blow their money on alcohol and drugs, but I never touch
the stuff. I am strait-edged. Some girls party so much that they
can't make the ends meet. They don't even have a car.
So, do you have any other
Breck: Yeah, I went to school and work with a
cosmetic surgeon. I do hair implants. I used the money that
I earned here to start this career.
That's wonderful. You
seem to have your act together. This is an interesting club.
There are two clubs next to each other on Eight Mile. What do you
know about the other club, Tycoons?
Breck: I only know what I hear, which is
rumors. Every time I have been in there though, it has been very nice.
What rumors have you heard?
Breck: The guys say that they girls aren't as
nice. I won't pick on them though. You should go there and see
I was surprised that there
aren't many black girls working here. The community is black,
but I only see one black girl.
Breck: Yeah, the management is funny like
that. They have a system. They don't want to become a
all-black club. I personally like to see a variety of ladies.
Me too. Is the girl on stage
black? She has amazing knockers.
Breck: Yeah, she is. She is a lot of
So, what is the
etiquette here at Players?
Breck: If you want a private dance, you pay
$5 to the lady at the door. Then you pay $20 to the girl of your
choice. You get one song in a private booth behind the stage. If
you want another dance, it is another $20.
Well, I don't
want a dance, but I'd be happy to tip you or buy you a drink.
Breck: No thanks, that's OK. I just
like talking. Right now I am bouncing.
Breck: Yeah, that's when you bounce from
table to table to see who wants a dance.
Have you talked
to the guy sitting in the corner. I haven't seen a single girl talk to
Breck: He's a "regular irregular."
That's what we call guys who come in here, do business, but rarely get
What about tips? What is
the etiquette? I don't see many people giving tips.
Breck: People don't tip much during the day.
They come in, eat lunch, and maybe get a private dance.
interesting. It has been great talking with you. Thanks for
Breck: No problem. I am going to go try
and make some money.