Single mom of 14 Nadya Suleman, aka Octomom, kicked off her three-night stint as stripper and bartender at T’s Lounge on St. Valentine’s night in West Palm Beach.
Suleman, 37, who became world-famous when she delivered octuplets in 2009, stripped to four songs, including Joe Cocker‘s You Can Leave Your Hat on.
House strippers distributed little pink octopuses in the packed South Congress Avenue club as a bouncer stuffed a shower of tips that rained on the stage during Octo’s show.
“She was really personable behind the bar,” one spywitness said. “She was talking to the patrons and laughing with them.”
Octo returns tonight and tomorrow night for the same routine.
Most observers agreed Suleman has gained weight since the last time she performed in South Florida, over the summer near Hallandale.
She told The KVJ Show on Wild 95.5 yesterday that she is not feeling well and suffers from the flu.
“That’s how hard I’m trying to take care of my kids,” she told the morning crew.
Suleman, who has no steady paycheck, has been struggling to feed her brood.
The California resident was impregnated with octuplets through artificial insemination.