Sweeping up bags of cash at T.I.'s new strip club

It rained all night at T.I.'s new strip club in Atlanta. Things went so well that workers were sweeping up bags of cash at the end of Friday's grand opening at V Live. The below image is a promotional one the club posted; later images and video clips show workers stuffing bills into trash bags after sweeping the stage.

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As Jill Vejnoska reported earlier, some 1,600 lovely ladies auditioned for stripper positions . It turns out, they might have a shot at further glory. The audition was filmed for T.I.’s reality show, according to a well-placed source.

T.I.’s no stranger to the screen and he’s quite the multi-tasker. He’s appeared in locally filmed movies including “Ant-Man” and “Ride Along 2.” Future projects include upcoming “Billy Lynn’s Long Halftime Walk” and “Krystal,” which recently wrapped filming.

Here’s a promo video for the club. It’s not exactly SFW so govern yourself accordingly.

The club posted numerous video clips during the grand opening and none of them are remotely SFW. If you want to see what went down, check the Internet.

Here's a photo someone posted of the money sweep:

Looks like it was quite a night!

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Jennifer Brett
Jennifer Brett
Jennifer Brett is a multiplatform journalist and digital coach. She writes The Buzz blog for accessAtlanta.com.