American strip club manager defended take her little boy to work with her, with a TikTok video showing a typical visit for the little boy.
Nini Suarez, who works at the club in Arizona, says she has been the target of judgmental comments from some who don’t think a strip club is the one. good environment for the little one.
In response to such criticism, Suarez released the TikTok video @whatsuarez with the message: “When people take offense that your son is a skripclub baby, but loves him and is loved #yuma @platinum #skripper #boyswillbeboys #boymon.”
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A skripclub, as opposed to a strip club, is a “gentleman’s club with a particular flair for being” hood “or” ghetto “and is found” generally in the southern United States, “according to Urban dictionary.
It looks like the little boy from Suarez is thrilled with his visits, judging by this video which has been viewed 1.1 million times. (Look above.)
This isn’t the first time the proud mum has shared footage of her son at the club – and, as expected, opinions are divided on whether that’s a good thing or not.
“This boy will grow up to know how to respect women because he is surrounded by a group of women who know there [sic] boundaries and limits and are smart about it, ”writes a supportive TikTok follower.
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“Being watched, environment clean, fed, loved, dressed … what exactly is the problem?” comments another.
“Please buy her a jumpsuit that says ‘safety’ on the back omg,” another joked.
To these comments, Suarez says the majority of the women who work at the club are mothers themselves and are happy to spend time with her son.
She also thanked everyone for their support, adding: “Thank you everyone, he is not in danger and never will be in the club. He loves music and I worked during my pregnancy.”
“If you’re against it, give the mother money for child care,” commented another.
“I was a bar baby, it’s not an ideal environment for children but hey everyone loved me, took care of me.”
Some critics took issue with Nini’s use of the #boyswillbeboys tag. Others have been more direct in their criticism.
“It’s embarrassing,” said one of them, while another wrote, “So he’s going to grow up thinking that sexualizing women is okay.”
“It sounds like the start of an Adam Sandler movie,” commented another.
“Yeah, maybe don’t do that,” one reviewer said. “I was one of those kids now I hate my parents for that so hmmmmmm.”
Another wrote, “All I can think of are germs in places like this. “
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