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Re: “Beale's Club 152: "We'll take care of it," says Kevin Kane

I visited this club one Saturday night in March 2013. It was evident that people were high. Even one of the Black bouncers on the 3rd floor bragged about the drug activity that was going on in Club 152, especially on the 3rd floor. He worked Thursday-Saturday nights in VIP. Stories of illicit sex acts and drug use, as well as the numerous fights were told by him. He even talked about how he could trade off some things to get other drugs at work. I figured he was an addict, because even he smelled like weed and alcohol. The club reminded me of the Titanic and how each level represented a certain status, where the so-called VIP 3rd floor was for primarily Caucasians (who really get in free) and celebrity minorities, the 2nd floor was an "enter at your own risk" and was primarily Black people and smelled like weed and was HOT and nasty, and the 1st level was for the younger, immature crowd, which was also primarily Black people. It was during spring break when I visited, and I know the club was at capacity, but they continued to let folks in. My friends and I left at 3am, and the lines were still out to the street. Needless to say, I would not go back there. And owners should be aware of what is going on with their investments, and they should just show up anonymously, so they can see how things really are and not just sitting back raking in the money. That's some hear no evil, see no evil kind of thinking. And just because you have children does not mean you're exempt from not being aware. If anything, that's all the more reason to be. Shut it down.

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Posted by B1975 on 05/17/2013 at 10:59 PM


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