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Intro to Making It Rain: Chad Ochocinco Takes a High Schooler to Tootsie's Cabaret

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Disco Rick will not be pleased. At some point during Cincinnati Bengals wide receiver Chad Ochocinco's Hypnotiq-addled sleepless binge that was Super Bowl weekend, apparently he swept up some young, impressionable lads and showed them his advanced dollar-fluttering techniques-- at Tootsie's Cabaret strip club. From his Twitter page:

His homie from Cincy, by the way, is Ryan Santoro -- a high school footballer in his senior year. Who says today's athletes aren't taking responsibility for the education of America's youth?

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