MWA: 04-13-2022 – Bonjour mon amis! Comment ca va? Myles Shaffer here. You guessed it folks. This column will be about only one feature entertainer; however, she was well worth the drive. So, please read on and learn who it is that I am speaking of.
Saturday night, April 2, I drove down to Expose Gentlemen’s Club, in San Diego, to speak with Molly Jane and to observe all three of her performances on this last night of her current booking.
For her first show of the evening, Molly Jane wore a white choker around her lovely throat. She also wore a blue mini dress with white trim and a small white apron. Beneath her dress, she wore a black and white bra that was decorated with small red hearts. She also wore a pair of matching G-string-like thong panties under her dress. The thong was adorned with two artificial red roses. On her legs were a pair of horizontally striped black and white mid-thigh-length stockings. For footwear, Molly Jane wore a pair of black medium high heeled shoes.
During this performance, Molly Jane danced with two, wide, red and blue streamers. At another point in the show, she performed with a pair of narrow blue and white streamers. She finished the show with a whipped cream bit with the help of a house dancer.
Molly Jane performed this show to, “Wonderland (My Name Is Alice),” by Alice Chater, “Mad Hatter,” by Melanie Martinez, “Heads Will Roll (A-Trak Remix),” by Yeah Yeah Yeahs, and, “Rabbit Hole,” by AViVA.
During her second performance of this evening, Molly Jane wore a black fedora hat. Next, she wore a sleeveless black top with white lapels, a white collar, and six silver buttons. The top also had a good-sized piece of white lace hanging from the bottom of the back. With her top, she wore a pair of long black pants. Under her top and pants, Molly Jane wore a black bra and a black G-string. Also, her footwear was a pair of black shoes with ankle straps, stiletto heels, and platform soles.
Fairly early in this show, Molly Jane came up with two pistols that shot confetti and a few thin streamers. She later pulled a house dancer up onto the stage and played with her on a metal chair. Molly Jane ended this performance with a hot wax show with the help of another house dancer she coaxed up onto the stage.
For this show, Molly Jane danced to, “Bang Bang (My Baby Shot Me Down),” by Nico Vega, “Bad Girl (Explicit Version),” by Avril Lavigne featuring Marilyn Manson, “Do Not Disturb,” by Halestorm, and, “Wicked Ways,” by Everybody Loves an Outlaw.
At the start of her final show of this booking, Molly Jane performed her Morticia show. For this performance, she wore a black top, a black corset, and a black skirt. All three of the items were decorated with lots of rhinestones. Under her top Molly Jane wore a black bra the breast cups of which were decorated with rhinestones. Beneath her skirt, she wore a pair of black G-string-like thong panties that were decorated with rhinestones on the crotch panel. She also wore a black garter on her left thigh. Her footwear was a pair of somewhat above knee-length black boots. The boots were laced up their fronts and had stiletto heels and platform soles. (Since this costume was a simulation of the outfit worn by Morticia Addams in the television show, I don’t feel that I have really done the costume the justice it deserves.)
At one point in this show, Molly Jane went around the stage tossing long stemmed red roses to many of the customers. She also performed with two wide red and black streamers. At another point in this performance, Molly Jane did a fire show with a pair of four flame torches. The agile lady also did a headstand in the middle of the stage. Molly Jane ended this show by pouring what I thought was dark chocolate syrup at the time all over her beautiful body. I now believe it may have been some type of black paint.
Molly Jane danced to, “The Addams Family (Theme),” by Christina Aguilera (What else would she start with since the show was based on the Morticia Addams character in the Addams Family television show?), “Walking on Air,” by Kerli, “Wicked Ones,” by Dorothy, “Kill4me,” by Marilyn Manson, “All the Good Girls Go to Hell,” by Billie Eilish, and, “Paint It, Black,” by Ciara.
While Molly didn’t do a lot of interaction with the tip rail patrons during her first show of the evening that I noticed, she did commit quite a bit of up close and personal interaction with randomly selected customers during her second and third shows.
I’ll be damned if I didn’t forget to ask Molly Jane about her vital statistics and whether or not she has an official website. However, based upon what I have found on the Internet, she has brown hair and grey eyes. She is five feet seven inches tall, weighs one hundred eighteen pounds, and her measurements are 32F-24-36. (Having seen Molly Jane nude on stage, the F seems as if it might be a stretch; although, I am not an expert on women’s bodies, and she does have very nice-looking breasts.)
Molly Jane is an intelligent, very friendly, woman and a good conversationalist. She also seems to truly enjoy meeting and speaking with her fans. Therefore, it is my opinion that nobody should ever pass up an opportunity to go out to a club to meet Molly Jane in person and to see her perform. It should prove to be an enjoyable experience.
While I have been unable to find an official website for Molly Jane, she can be found on Facebook, TiK ToK, Twitter, and Youtube.
That will just about do it for now good people. We should all meet back here the next time and continue to discuss fun events and gorgeous women. Until then, everybody please take care, stay safe, have a great week, and live life as if there were no tomorrow!
Bonsoir et au revoir,
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