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HEAT Allegedly Gave James Harden’s Favorite Stripper Courtside Tickets to Game, But There is Plot Twist

The woman who was labeled as James Harden’s favorite stripper has been identified and she’s all milk. Side Action has the juice;

Miami Heat fan and the woman in the crowd to allegedly distract James Harden, has been identified.

The internet is a crazy place, a place where with one harmless post, someone’s reputation can be severely damaged. Here’s a perfect example, a Facebook account posted a picture of a woman sitting in the crowd at the Miami Heat Sixers playoff Game. Apparently according to the post, the Miami Heat recruited her to distract James Harden.

They even called her James Harden’s favorite stripper. Clearly it wasn’t intended to be serious, at least I didn’t take it seriously,  but unfortunately some people did think it was real.

“Miami Heat presented a courtside ticket to James Harden’s favorite Stripper, as  he went 6-15 from the field”.

The woman isn’t a stripper as it was reported but rather an opera singer named Radmila Lolly.

Now we’re finding out exactly who the fan is,  and no she’s definitely not a stripper. Quite the opposite actually.  The woman sitting courtside at the Miami Heat game is a singer.  Her name is Radmila Lolly. She’s even sung the National Anthem at NBA games before.

She is pretty famous.

Radmila Lolly (born May 10, 1986 in Moscow), is a Russian-American singer, songwriter, and fashion designer. Her songs “U R Moving Me” and “Tonight” charted on Billboard Dance Club Songs list at positions 21 and 40 respectively. Her two studio albums were premiered at New York’s Carnegie Hall and six of her songs were featured on the soundtrack for the film Honor Up, directed by Damon Dash. As a fashion designer she has created designs for celebrities such as Nicole Ari Parker, Natti Natasha, Carla Morrison, Gayle King, Bebe Rexha and Mýa. She appeared on the cover of the virtual edition of the magazines Elle India, Glamour Bulgaria and L’Officiel Baltic.

Flip to the next page to see photos of Radmila Lolly.

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