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An exotic dancer has revealed just how much she can make from a weekend shift. Find out for yourself in the video below:
And it might just be enough to convince you to quit your day job, because it looks like there's a fair bit of cash to be made.
The performer, who goes by the stage name Rosalee, recently took her followers on a tour of her club 'The Penthouse Club', showing what she gets up to of a weekend.
Inside, she shows us the locker room where she gets ready with the rest of the dancers on shift, she then heads down with her co-dancer dancer and waits to be called out on stage.
Walking out towards the stage, Rosalee explains: "This is the DJ booth; right before I perform I tell him what music I want him to play me."
The next shot is then of her leg, which is now clad in $20 and $1 bills, adding: "This is me right after stage.
"I did a couple of dances for people that saw me while I was downstairs."
Heading back upstairs, Rosalee comes across a pile of money splayed out on the floor.
She says: "While I was walking around filming, I ran into a couple who was getting married the next day, and they wanted to do a private room with me."
After showing the bucket of cash the couple 'threw on her', it's time to clock off and Rosalee heads home.
Counting the money on her bed, she reveals just how much she's made from two shifts at the club.
"There was a lot of ones," she says. "As you can see, most of it was from the private room and the others were from stage.
"I worked Friday and Saturday night and made almost $1,200 (£872)."
But while you might look at this and think, 'She has it easy', you'd be very wrong.
I mean, it shouldn't come as a surprise to you that this isn't an easy career, but Rosalee has explained just how difficult it can be.
In a separate video, she says: "It's easy money, yes, but not an easy job, and I'll tell you why.
"You deal with an enormous amount of BS every single night, clientele will test your boundaries even when you've repeatedly told them the rules, people will blatantly disrespect you, be aggressive with you and even verbally assault you.
"You're just there to dance, but a lot of me think that you have a price. Security and management do not always do their job."
Adding: "If you're not mentally strong, you'll be susceptible to body dysmorphia and emotional trauma. You have to disassociate who you are at the club from who you are in real life.
"And people will judge."
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