News: Cee Lo Green & Goodie Mob Reunite At Strip Club, Request Lap Dances From "Baddest B*tches"
Monday, Feb 6, 2012 9:11AM
Atlanta rapper Cee Lo Green and his Goodie Mob crew reunited a few days ago while partying at Super Bowl XLVI city Indianapolis courtesy of a local strip club.
Although the gathering took place last week, reports of what went down in the adults-only spot have just now emerged online.
Super Bowl Week always brings the stars (and money) out, so Cee Lo Green and his Goodie Mob family reunited to relive their glory days. While partying in Indianapolis on Wednesday night, the boys decided to keep it going and ended up at a strip club around 1 a.m. Thursday morning. Cee Lo requested lap dances from "the baddest b*tches in the club," before showering them with $10,000 in cash. You only get what you give. Other celebs and some NFL players were in attendance as well, but none stunted harder than Cee Lo and Goodie Mob. For some people, $10K in cash is definitely food for the soul. To them, it's nothing. (Complex)
Following the casual reunion, Cee Lo was also spotted during the Super Bowl halftime performance.
Rumors of Cee Lo joining Madonna at the Super Bowl XLVI Halftime Show surfaced late in January and, sure enough, the Goodie Mob rapper came out to support Madge on Sunday night (February 5) in Indianapolis. After performing "Vogue," "Music" and "Give Me All our Luvin" with Nicki Minaj and M.I.A., she was joined on stage by Cee Lo in all of his sequined glory--not surprisingly, he was wearing more sequins/sparkles than Madonna herself. The eclectic performer was completely in his element, flanked by the legendary pop star and a chorus of backup singers who made quite a spectacle of the final moments of the halftime show. Here's what fans had to say about Cee Lo's performance on Twitter (and don't be surprised that most of it was about the sequined robe). (RapFix)
Last summer, Cee Lo hinted at plans to drop a Goodie Mob album over the fall.
"Its official NEW GOODIE MOB ALBUM"WE SELL DRUGS TOO!" this fall!!!! Expect nothing more then the same thang!I know u gone love it:)," he tweeted July 25th. (Cee Lo Green's Twitter)
The group's music date back to the mid-1990's.
Goodie Mob, compromised of T-Mo, Green, Khujo and Big Gipp, have dominated the charts from jump. Their first album peaked at No. 8 on the R&B/Hip-Hop Songs chart. The quartet's sophomore project, "Still Standing" (1998), peaked at No. 2 on the R&B/Hip-Hop Albums chart on April 25, 1998 and No. 6 on the Billboard 200. (Billboard)