Bryant McKinnie Ordered To Pay $150K For Unpaid Lap Dances


Strip clubs are a favorite past time for many athletes. But not many end up owing the club $150,000 for failing to pay for lap dances. Miami Dolphins OT Bryant McKinnie was sued by rapper Trick Daddy’s father, Charles “Pops” Young for failing to pay for 4,000 dances back in 2012. At the McKinnie said it wasn’t true.

But the case has been settled and seems as if there was at least some truth to it.

Turns out Bryant McKinnie‘s infamous $375,000 strip club bill wasn’t as “bogus” as he said it was; the 350-pound offensive tackle has finally agreed to pay for a massive chunk of the alleged debt, roughly 4,000 lap dances worth, aka $150,000.

According to new court documents, McKinnie recently struck a settlement agreement with Trick Daddy‘s father Charles “Pops” Young after Young sued McKinnie for $375,000 in 2012.

Young claimed McKinnie ran up the bill over a 20-month period at two of his strip clubs, including the Miami staple King of Diamonds. According to Young, McKinnie promised to pay the bill back in 2010, but never did.


Of course the immediate thing that comes to mind is a Rihanna song, “strip clubs and dollar bills, still got more money.”