We love it when a local boy makes good. So we’re all for 21-year-old model BJ Charles, who hails from just up Interstate 85 in South Carolina.
Ok, so maybe not so much local as he is a fellow Southerner trying to make good.
Either way, once you get a taste of his versatility—he can do cosmopolitan cowboy as easily as doing backbends in a Speedo—you won’t really care where he came from. You’ll just want him wherever you happen to be.
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