BALTIMORE -- What most people do when they need more money at a strip club: Ask their server to break a $20 with ones.
What Baltimore Ravens offensive tackle Bryant McKinnie does when he needs more money at a strip club: Ask for a tab from Trick Daddy's father that runs up to $375,000 over 20 months.
That's according to a recent lawsuit reportedly filed by Charles "Pop" Young, the father of Miami rapper Trick Daddy and the general manager of a large strip club in the city that boasts numerous professional athletes and rappers as patrons.
Young's suit alleges that McKinnie racked up the bills at Young's clubs. A written promise to pay back the money in Oct. 2010 has gone unfulfilled, according to Miami NBC station WTVJ.
On the bright side, the strip clubs named in the suit are all situated on dry land and have no association with boats.
UPDATE: McKinnie denies getting served papers. "He was working at those places and he's tried to borrow money from me," he told The Baltimore Sun. "People can put anything out there. What strip club gives you a $375,000 tab? It just sounds stupid to me."