How do you celebrate your birthday if you’re a drag queen with an age that hovers around a highway speed limit? With young strippers. Much younger strippers.
So Bubba D. Licious did just that on Jan, 25, marking her birthday by wrapping her edifice with the young, limber guys of Bliss Atlanta. She invited friends, too, to bask in the balloons and booties of the strip club. Licious, of course, is the longtime co-emcee of PALS’ monthly bingo benefit, former Armorette and all-around charity fundraiser. (PALS does Leather & Lace Bingo on Feb. 8.)
She’s also not the first drag queen to do their birthday at Bliss. Wild Cherry Sucret, never one to shy away from hunks in little to no clothing, did the same in mid January.
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