2 Chainz's NYE Weekend: "Big Booty Ho" and "Dem Strippers" at King of Diamonds in Miami

He was asking for a "big booty ho" on his birthday, but we're pretty positive that 2 Chaniz wrote Santa for a couple of "dem strippers" this Christmas.

The lucky bastard just booked a gig at New Time's favorite strip club, King of Diamonds.

Hip-hop's explicitly heterosexual equivalent of disco's Studio 54 has tapped the artist formerly known as Tity Boi to co-headline The Kickoff, part of KOD's New Year's Eve Weekend, this Saturday, December 29.

Fellow MC and purveyor of "Marble Floors" French Montana will also join 2 Chainz, reminding folks that sometimes a woman's "ass [is so] fat you gotta walk around it."

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For 2 Chainz, being surrounded by a bunch of naked women who "shave off all [their] pussy hair" is like us common people drowning in debt and depression--it's errday life.

"Every time I open up my Twitter before a show," Tity Boi explained at the Fillmore last month, "there's girls sayin', 'Ima get sexy for 2 Chainz!"

But sexy tweets are only a fraction of how hard the "Dope Peddler" MC balls.

On "I'm Different," homie admits to paying "a thousand dollars for [his] sneakers," and that his personal "valet parks the Brinks trunk," implying that the Cocaine Cowboy has mad bankroll.

Dude really is "Extremely Blessed," eh?

The Kickoff: 2 Chainz, French Montana, Funk Master Flex, The Coop, and J. Peguero. Saturday, December 29. King of Diamonds, 17800 NE Fifth Ave., North Miami Beach. The party starts at 9 p.m. General admission tickets cost $50 to $75; VIP costs $100 to $125; and VIP table reservations cost $1,200 to $4,500 via kodnye.com. Call 305-999-9500 or visit kingofdiamondsmiami.com.

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