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Woah Vicky Needs Help To Fix Her Weak Pole Dance

By Jeff Mazzeo

Woah Vicky may be a professional trash talker but she is definitely an amateur when it comes to pole dancing.

The 20-year-old social media star showed off her skills lack of skills on Wednesday but you have to admire her ambition to try new things. Vicky wore a blue crop top with white trim and a matching pair of short shorts as she attempted the graceful art of pole dancing.

Keep scrolling to see if you can offer her a few tips.

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A Little Help From Her Friend


Woah Vicky, real name Victoria Rose Waldrip, looked fantastic but when she climbed up the sketchy looking pole in the middle of her living room, she appeared anything but relaxed.

"Lmfaoooo🤣🤣🤣," she captioned the funny video.

Her friend was doing her best to help the influencer out by giving her pointers and even held her up at one point, but the whole experience made for one awkward video. Despite the not so graceful attempt, her fans seemed to really enjoy the video.

"them squats workin," one impressed follower wrote before she quickly replied with two coy 😘😘 emojis.

Kind Of Admitting She's White


Vicky has stirred up a lot of controversy about her race in the past by insisting that she is actually black. However, when she was arrested in February of 2018, the police report confirmed that she is white.

It seems like she may be publicly embracing her whiteness because she recently shared a picture of a black hand holding a white one with a powerful phrase that white people say when in support of the Black Lives Matter movement.

"I understand that I will never understand. However, I stand," the picture read.

Expressing Her Dislike Of Police


Vicky joined protesters in Los Angeles earlier this week and she did not keep her feelings about the police to herself. She wore a black tracksuit and a Louis Vitton facemask as she posed for a picture on the front line of the peaceful protest. Despite not taking part in any violence, she expressed a strong reaction to law enforcement by holding up a sign that read, "F--- 12," which is essentially slang for f--- the police.

"No justice no peace 🖤 #georgefloyd #blacklivesmatter," Vicky captioned her protest pics.

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