Minnesota stripper calls out Kansas City Royals pitchers on Twitter for being cheap

Bruce Chen and Yordano Ventura apparently went out on Sunday night after arriving in Minneapolis.
By Evan Bleier Follow @itishowitis Contact the Author   |   June 30, 2014 at 3:43 PM
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MINNEAPOLIS, June 30 (UPI) -- Kansas City Royals pitchers Bruce Chen and Yordano Ventura apparently struck out by acting poorly at a Minnesota strip club on Sunday night prior to taking on the Twins on Monday.

After they allegedly hit up the club, a woman who identifies herself as a writer, artmaker and ass clapper in her Twitter bio, began posting about her experience with the players on Twitter.

@Feministripper, Isabel Kennedy, was not very complimentary to Chen and Ventura.

"Lol lol lol I didn't believe this dude was pro MLB player bc he was so cheap just googled the KC roster ohai Bruce Chen DUDE IS WACK," Kennedy wrote on Twitter.

(Kennedy protected her tweets after Deadspin picked up on the story, possibly because she was nervous about her bosses finding out.

"OH WAIT SILLY ME I SEEMED TO HAVE FORGOTTEN THAT *ALL* PRO ATHLETES ARE CHEAP DICKBAGS #stripperproblems." Kennedy continued. "I'm about shaming trashdick pro athletes @ work; the #KCRoyals players that came in last night, spent $20 were #BruceChen & @YordanoVentura."

According to Kennedy, Ventura didn't want any dances from her but he did ask her to come back to his hotel room.

Neither Chen nor Ventura is listed as a starter for any of the games in Minnesota.

According to Kennedy's website, she "has been dancing naked (or mostly naked) for money since 2006 and "is now passionately involved in feminist politics and an advocate for sex worker rights."

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