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Prunk TV: Drew Sidora Plans On Surpassing Beyonce

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"Diva is the female version of a hustla." Beyonce

Actress and singer, Drew Sidora recently moved to Miami from LA to finish her upcoming debut album for Slip-N-Slide Records. You may remember Drew from a previous episode of Prunk; we met up again over the weekend at a clothing store in West Kendall. Passing the camera back and forth (since she plans on having her own talk show someday) we discussed tattoos, mosquitoes, her portrayal of Aaliyah in an upcoming biopic movie, her debut Slip-N-Slide album, and God. This could very well be a pilot for a reality TV show about Drew Sidora. She told me that she plans on "surpassing Beyonce" and we here at Prunk TV think that she just might.

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