Originally posted on BlackSportsOnline  |  Last updated 2/1/13
The San Francisco 49ers are just hours from playing in the biggest game in the teams history in some time.  A few of the teams stars wanted to relax, so they did what most guys would do 3 days before the Super Bowl, they hit up the strip club. TMZ is reporting that Patrick Willis, Frank Gore, and Michael Crabtree hit up the Penthouse Club, known to be the best gentleman’s club on bourbon street. It’s possible the guys were just hungry … because the Penthouse Club is famous for its “Naked Sushi” … in which paying customers can eat raw fish off of naked strippers. Sounds appetizing. Then again, we spoke with someone inside the club who told us there were roughly 120 STRIPPERS working the floor last night. One source, very familiar with the strip club scene in New Orleans, tells us … “Penthouse Club is the real deal … but you have to be a baller in that place. That’s a high-end spot.” It’s not a big deal to me, Willis is one of the more professional and well prepared guys in the league, so I would assume they are ready to go. I guess they left Chris Culliver in the hotel. 49ers Superstars Frank Gore & Michael Crabtree — STRIP CLUBBIN’ Before the Super Bowl - Watch More Celebrity Videos or Subscribe
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