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Quality Control CEO, Pierre “Pee” Thomas, apologizes for Stripper Bowl confusion, but said it’s not his fault that strippers didn’t get paid accordingly; Promises to have better control of things next year #QCStripperBowl [PHOTO]

By Bossyy
Hip-HopVibe.com Staff Writer

At a time when starting labels and the label mogul thing was considered “played out,” Quality Control came along. The then-small label had a decent roster of artists, Migos among them. In early 2013, their roster was filled with moderately successful mixtape level artists.

However, Migos’ Drake co-sign would open new doors for them, and then they became a force, in 2016. Since then, Quality Control went from being with 300 Ent. to Capitol/Universal and life has changed. In the time since then, the label’s CEO, Pierre Thomas, is now famous.

Aside from his baby mama drama, with Lira Galore, Pierre, commonly known as “Pee,” has become the face of the QC Stripper Bowl. Last year’s Stripper Bowl was met with controversy, which paled in comparison to this year’s controversy, with strippers being shorted on earnings, and people stealing from them. In the wake of the controversy, Pee took to his IG Story to explain QC doesn’t control the clubs, but will be in better control in 2021.

See Pee’s IG Story below:

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