From Rick Ross’s ‘Devil is a Lie’ to Nicki Minaj’s ‘Looking Ass N*gga’, when rappers aren’t bragging about their fancy homes, cars and Basquiat paintings they are name-dropping the most exotic countries on the map.
Aside from Paris, Milan and London, Dubai is one of the most talked about cities for the hip-hop elite.
The ubiquitous cranes have paused on the skyline, as if stuck in time.
There are countless buildings half-finished, seemingly abandoned.
They still have a lot to go through to be able to be recognized as a part of its society.
There has been news that prostitute transsexual women abound Dubai and this is one of the reasons why Dubai is strict especially with Ladyboys around.
On one hand, ladyboys are accepted, even praised and admired (and prostitution seems to be rampant as well...), on the other side they need to be more discreet not to shock the conservative people.
Transsexuals in Dubai can’t overtly act as one because Dubai can still be pretty much conservative regarding this gender issue.
You can expect for me to continuously be updating reviews as mobile sites and all these dating apps get updated over time.
As our private driver escorted us, twelve African American women, past the magnificent dancing fountain and up the circular driveway bustling with Maseratis, Lamborghinis and Ferraris, visions of ‘lifestyles of the rich and famous’ danced in our heads.
Like any excited group of tourists, we launched a mini photo shoot next to the Burj sign, giving seductive poses in our skin-tight club dresses.
And there he stands on the tallest building in the world – a skinny spike, jabbing farther into the sky than any other human construction in history.
But something has flickered in Sheikh Mohammed's smile.