We have never faulted Miss Taraji or any other celebrity picking up those spokesperson dollar bills wherever she can get them. If girlfriend’s got to pose with some cereal or personally than credit card company employees, who are we to judge? Well. We’re judgy people, that’s true. But we’ve never faulted anyone for working the pole; just how they’re dressed when they do it. And Miss T? We would not be feeling appreciated as employees if we were there with you:
The leather pants and boots are pretty kickass and they can stay. But the bodysuit and the Pennywise hair? Oh honey, no. Neither of them are working for you.
– Wolford Black and White Bodysuit
– L’Agence ‘Adelaide High Rise Leather Skinny’ in Noir
– Casadei Maroon Over-the-knee Leather Boots with ‘Blade’ Heels
Styled by Jason Bolden | Hair by Tym Wallace | Makeup by Ashunta Sheriff-Kendricks
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