In a recent interview Bow Wow talked about how he allegedly lost his virginity at 16 to video vixen Ester Baxter. Ester was quick to deny the allegations on Twitter. We’ll never know whose telling the truth in this scenario, but here are 9 video vixens we would have a problem telling white lies about.
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Hailing from Athens, Georgia, Shameka got her start appearing in videos with Slim of 112, Bow Wow and Mullage, then turned her video cameos to appearances in several magazines.
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Born in Ethiopia, Angel got her start in 2006 getting leading roles with such artist as 50 Cent, Kanye West, Trey Songz and Busta Rhymes. In addition to appearing in numerous videos Lola currently has the title for XXL Eye Candy of the Year, winning the title two years in a row. After accomplishing several feats in the modeling world Angel has transitioned to rapping, and is currently signed to Wiz Khalifa’s Taylor Gang record label.
Keyshia Dior’s most notable video came in Timbaland’s video for “Say Something” featuring Drake. Since then the model, actress, stylist and entrepreneur extraordinaire has started her own cosmetics company and developed a strong following on Twitter. Not looking to pigeonhole herself as just a video vixen, she’s about her money and business.
Not one to depend on her physical attributes. Tammy graduated with a degree in business and works her day job as a real estate associate in South Beach. Tammy started her career as a host for Glamour girl for Fox 29 Network then worked her way up leading video roles. In 2009 as XXL’s eye candy of the year, Tammy also appeared Ozone, The Wave and Black Men’s Magazine. Tammy says her focus has shifted and is no longer interested in videos but is looking to dedicate her time into modeling and acting.
Maliah is your favorite rappers’ favorite dancer, just ask Game, Drake, Kirko Bangz and Sean KIngston. Since hitting the video scene Maliah has appeared in Smooth, King, XXL and Black Men to name a few magazines. With measurements 34-26-45, you can see why she’s become rap’s go-to video vixen.
Few can disagree that Bria is one of the baddest video models to grace video screens, coming in at 34C-26-45 you can see why she’s loved by many (or mostly men). Even though Bria has taken a break from videos to pursue a career in acting. Bria got the courage to do videos from a few friends which turned into her big break back in 2005 in which she was featured in Rhymefest’s “Brand New” video featuring Kanye West. During her short run of videos Bria was able make the cover of King in 2006.
A former radio personality from Portland, Oregon Dollicia tried her hand at videos after she was discovered by R&B singer Joe who placed her in his video “If I Was Your Man.” Since then Dollicia has transformed that one video opportunity into career opportunities. Appearing in several movies, magazines (King, XXL, Show), appeared as reoccurring guest on Jamie Foxx’s radio show and was a model for Rocawear.
Born in the Dominican Republic and moved to the United States in 2006, within that short time Rosa has risen to fame though video, print magazine and social media. More than just eye candy, Rosa graduated from the ICA and Ballet School of Norma Garcia with a Bachelor in Art and mention to Classic Ballet and joined the Dominican Nacional Ballet.
The OG of video models that has stood the test of time. You name it Melyssa has done it several times over, getting her start in the early ’90s after being discovered by director Little X (0r x or whatever name he’s going by these days). Even though the Melyssa Ford name is not a household name, she’s been seen by millions on TV. Melyssa Ford has the blueprint for todays vixen on how to stay relevant and how to transition out of the world of video modeling.
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