But Miss Good did not take the shade being thrown lying down and tweeted:
“Let’s get something straight … I wasn’t half naked last night … I was actually very covered up, not showing anymore than I show when I dress up to go to events …and let’s get something else straight .. I’m [an] actress …there will be many things narrow minded people deem unholy or not 1st lady like … But this is not so..it’s about your relationship with God and your personal convictions …if you see footage you will see I was covered up having fun dancing and enjoying myself with my friends and family and absolutely not doing a striptease …smh people are ridiculous .. Can’t a [girl] enjoy her bachelorette party in peace”
The infamous Pussy Cat Doll soiree is not the first we are witnessing of saved ladies and stripper poles. On Episode 5 of the WEtv series Mary Mary, Erica Campbell of the gospel duo Mary Mary started a whirlwind when she wanted to have a sisters’ retreat that included a pole dancing workout. Erica vehemently argued that a pole dancing work out with her sisters was no more vile than a yoga class. The class was a bonding experience between sisters. This was not in a room full of thirsty, sex-deprived males. However, Tina, the other half of Mary Mary, was not buying it. She countered that because the duo had an image to uphold she wouldn’t engage in anything that compromised their ministry.