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Meek Mill, Fistfighting Strippers, and KOD's Renovation: A Six-Photo Recap (NSFW)

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What's the best way to spend a Monday in Miami?

Hurling bricks of cold, hard American cash at fistfighting strippers.

As a member of Rick Ross's Maybach Music Group and an adopted 305-er, Meek Mill is a big fan of this particularly Floridian recreational activity. So it's only obvious that he'd host the most recent edition of the "world famous Monday fight night" at the newly renovated King of Diamonds Gentleman's Club in North Miami Beach.

See also:

-Ice "Billion" Berg's KOD Interview: "Adult Entertainment Is a Professional Sport"

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-Fresh From Jail, Gucci Mane Hits King of Diamonds to Watch Strippers Fistfight

Hustling itself as the "NUMBER ONE URBAN GENTLEMEN CLUB IN THE WORLD ... WHERE REAL MONEY IS SPENT," King of Diamonds stripper wrangler and booty bass legend Disco Rick recently decided to give that bitch (i.e. the club) a facelift.

To debut the KOD reup, Rick hooked up with his homie Akinyele (AKA Mr. "Put It in Your Mouth") to bring out Meek, hundreds of naked ladies, and what 'Yele calls "all the new money!"

Basically, the VIP and the rest of KOD's been pimped out with a new LED lighting system, swag blue-and-white upholstery, and a million balloons.

But if y'all are like Meek, you probably ain't paying mind to the interior design. There's stacks to count. Fistfuls of dollas to toss. And lots of big-booty strippers to rub up on.

Ridin' into KOD with his MMG crew, Meek snatched up the mic for seven songs, including "Dreams and Nightmares," going in for stripper stars Mink and Tokyo while 2500 exotic dancing fanatics screamed stuff like, "Shit cray cray!"

Booties and bottles got popped. Bitches got KO-ed by bitches. Meek made it rain. And by morning, the carpet was cash money.

As the official @KOD_Miami reports: "Still at King of Diamonds Counting them Dolla bills.... All I see is signs."

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