What is the Real Housewives franchise without the drama? Brandi Glanville, Real Housewives of Beverly Hills star, will be debuting her new single, or as some may call it, a "diss" track, on Friday, August 26 in Las Vegas. Now, this isn't some Drake and Meek Mill beef, but it's worth listening to. You know, for the drama.
Speaking To The Mic
In her first ever musical endeavor, Glanville, also known as "B-Geezy" (to her at least) got transparent about the "Life of a Housewife."
Her lyrics were a tough punch to her cast mates writing, “F— them other Housewives / Better watch their backs / Because I’m spitting out the motherf–king facts.”
She continued on to diss her co-stars including Kyle Richards and Luann de Lesseps as well as Wendy Osefo and Karen Huger’s candle drama from Real Housewives of Potomac. Glanville rapped, "Making headlines with they scandals / Fighting over f–king candles / One wick, two wick, three wick, four / Which new wife will they call the whore?”
B-Geezy concluded the chorus with, "Money, fame, that's the game."
And, at the end of the month in Las Vegas, Glanville will be hosting a party for the debut of this track in a room of half-naked men.
Half-Naked But Not Half-A**ed
Although the men will be half-naked, the party most definitely will not be half-a--ed. Glanville shared the event on Instagram writing, “Alright Kitty Kats, who wants to party with me in Vegas?? It’s going down Friday, August 26th at @kingsofhustler! Strippers & housewife music…what better combo?"
It's also been revealed by representatives of the party's venue that Glanville will pose for photos with fans, sign autographs and will even be taking the stage at one point in the evening.
Her controversial track has been making waves across the Bravo platform due to her disses most especially to Richards whom Glanville has been feuding with since season 2 of RHOBH.
The celebration will happen at Kings of Hustler, located on the third floor of the World Famous Larry Flynt's Hustler Club. Kings of Hustler has become the weekend male strip club that people flock to with over a dozen of "the hottest multi-ethnic entertainers." And yes, we took one for the team and checked out the lineup to be able to confirm that.
Larry Flynt's Hustler Club has become one of Las Vegas' top spots following its opening in September 2010. From the moment you walk in, you are taken over by seducing sights and sounds, spread across three floors.
Floor one withholds The Hustler Stage and Beaver Stage along with the Sexy Bar and Double D's Bar. This floor allows guests to move and groove with brighter lighting than the upper decks. This main floor is said to be the perfect starting point to what's going on up in floors two and three.
The second floor brings you to the VIP Bar and VIP Stage. "The VIP Stage displays a see-through glass catwalk that can be viewed from floor two at eye level or on floor one, above the patron," writes their site. This floor allows for a more intimate atmosphere with private suites for men with thick wallets to those "ballin' on a budget."
At the top is the roof. "Adorned by a relaxing cyclone of breezy curtains and cabaret-styled sofas, here you will find a comfortable escape from the action and address any special needs to suit the palette or the senses," all with a view.