The Bachelor’s Blake has previously said that he worked as a topless waiter two years ago. As a favour for a friend.
He was at pains to point out that he was not a stripper. A stripper, he said, means “you come out, you’re maybe wearing a costume, you’re grinding up on people, you’re doing all these things that I wouldn’t do.”
“That’s not me,” he said.
And then we saw the pics of him grinding up on people, which left us a bit confused about where the waiter ended and the stripping began. There was a lot of grinding: maybe he was a topless barista?
But we now know why he has such an extensive knowledge of the distinction between topless waiting and stripper.
Because Blake is no longer a topless waiter. He’s a stripping entrepreneur.
Blake is an owner of Alpha Male Entertainment, “Perth’s premier male entertainment provider”.
Alpha Male strippers offer “g-string and raunchy nude shows” that last for 20 minutes, as well as topless waiters who will help you with your party games and deliver the occasional impromptu performance ($110/hr/waiter, min callout 2 hours).
It seems to be a popular operation with testimonials like Lisa’s in July who praised “Porter’s” hotness, friendliness and the fact he was “very considerate of my back problems when lifting me in the show.”
In fact, the website is so popular today that by 10am it had collapsed under the weight of people’s enthusiasm for their services (the website also has back problems).
It seems that the profile that The Bachelor has earned for Blake is a boon for his adult entertainment business, and perhaps for his real estate business too (business opportunity: combine the two).
Turns out he’s a smart guy (but still #dirtystreetpie).
In other news, Osher Gunsberg makes his own podcasts, which are fun, interesting and you can listen to them while picturing his excellent Bachie hair. Check them out here.