Karissa Shannon nip slip!

I don't know how I missed this last week, but Karissa Shannon flashed a little bit more than her underwear at OK! magazine's 5th anniversary party last Thursday. Wow, I've seen some romantic moves in my day, but that takes the cake. Looks like Karissa found herself a real keeper. I bet he even laid some fresh paper towels down on the bathroom floor at this club before he violently cornholed her. And you said chivalry was dead! Boy, don't you look like an idiot!

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  • Gdrive

    Hands of the merchandise.. there's no fried chicken in there

  • Hello

    Wow, aren't you a racist ass

  • Gdrive

    *off

  • Bubba

    For that little move, there will be hell to pay, I reckon.


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