Akbar V Exhibits Her “Brudda” Bankroll Freddie How Atlanta Women Give Lap Dances (Video)

Chile! If it’s one thing Akbar V is going to do, it’s whatever she wants! As you may already know, Akbar rarely applies a filter, whether she’s clapping back at Khia saying she “ain’t got no money” or asking Chris Brown if she can “get a shot” with him. This past weekend was no different when she welcomed Bankroll Freddie to Atlanta with a little demonstration native to famous landmarks like Magic City. The short of it is, Akbar put on a brief performance and gave Bankroll a quick bounce, grind and wine of her hips at a birthday party.

A short clip shows Akbar attempting to whisper something in Bankroll’s ear. He slightly moves his face, then Akbar turns around and gets to work! She was dressed in a dark grey, sleeveless dress paired with high-top Nike sneakers. In the video clip, she can be seen switching from rubbing to bouncing that bottom on Bankroll, while keeping her balance by holding unto his knee-thigh area.

At one point, Akbar V rubs her goodies and reaches her hand backwards in an attempt to find Bankroll’s hand and get him to follow suit! He’s not quite having it and keeps his left hand close to his body clutching his black phone. He raises the other hand in a seemingly encouraging way. Someone off camera tries to force his hand to rub on Akbar’s clappas, but he visibly attempts to keep his hand closed. Despite his attempts to keep his hands to himself, Bankroll is seen smiling—seemingly enjoying the moment!

Akbar posted the clip to her Instagram account, along with a caption clarifying the dance was all in good fun and nothing else.

“Had to show @bankroll_freddie how ATL girls get down,” she wrote in her caption. “Happy Birthday @kinggouch1k I know I wouldn’t have heard the last of i didn’t show up #QueenOfAtlanta this my brudda we just having fun nothing more…I can’t dance”

Roommates, thoughts? Is it appropriate to give someone you consider a brother a lap dance?

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