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Throw It Up, Throw It Up! Watch Rihanna and Drake Splash $97K In Cash On Lucky Strippers

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Nov. 14 2013, Published 6:28 p.m. ET

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Both Rihanna and on-off boyfriend Drake are known for making it rain in strip clubs across the country. So when the two of them showed up at VLive in Houston on Wednesday night, has learned, it was a total monsoon! According to strip club insiders, the pair splurged $97,000 in cash during their visit.

Drake was in town for a concert at Houston's Toyota Center, after watching Rihanna's Dallas concert on November 11. The two reportedly hooked up after that, and she was spotted in the VIP section at his concert on Wednesday.

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Later that night, around 2:30 am, Drake rolled up to the club, VLive, with an entourage that included Riri, according to strip club staff:

According to staff, he took a particular liking to dancers Miracle WattsLira Galore, and Jhonni Blaze.

But Blaze was more impressed with his date, tweeting "I got to dance for @rihanna" at around 4:30 am.

Drake and RiRi reportedly tossed out so much cash, the strippers were stuck at the club until 6:30 am counting the stacks!


Such behavior is par for the course for the duo. In March, Drake spent naround $50,000 at a Charlotte strip club after rolling up with a cardboard box filled with bricks of cash.

In April, Rihanna spent $8,000 on a stripper in Miami.

This isn't the first time that VLive has hosted a big spender: Last month, Justin Bieber partied at the club with Floyd Mayweather.



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