Trapped in a closet with porn star Nikki Delano (NSFW)

click to enlarge Trapped in a closet with porn star Nikki Delano (NSFW) - COURTESY OF HONEY HOLE ENTERTAINMENT
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Trapped in a closet with porn star Nikki Delano (NSFW)

click to enlarge Trapped in a closet with porn star Nikki Delano (NSFW) - COURTESY OF HONEY HOLE ENTERTAINMENT
Courtesy of Honey Hole Entertainment
Trapped in a closet with porn star Nikki Delano (NSFW)
  • Courtesy of Honey Hole Entertainment

While I've never been invited into a porn star's dressing room for an interview, I was a bit hesitant to enter the small room hidden in the back of Bliss Cabaret where Nikki Delano waited. The last time she was in town I wrote in a blog that she had fallen in love with me and had invited me to a Waffle House at 1 AM because she wanted me to serve as the maple syrup atop her tree-person stack of sex waffles. Delano is not someone you want to piss off, especially while trapped with her in a room the size of a closet. This Latina from Brooklyn is built like a gymnast with an ass that could probably snap your dick in half when flexed.

I entered Delano's changing room with equal parts fear and lust. She was several layers away from being dressed in a costume that evoked her years causing trouble at a Catholic school. Her chest bubbled out of her top and her skirt did nothing to cover her ass (to be fair I doubt any skirt could conceal her stacked backside). Periodically her bright-red lips locked around a straw as she sipped from a Red Bull and vodka.

Alfie: You know that's the same drink you spilled on me at the NightMoves Awards Show in October?

Nikki Delano: I thought you looked familiar, though I don't think I meant to spill it on you. I think I was bumped. I think.

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