Mama June to host ‘forbidden bingo’ featuring male strippers and adult novelty toys

HERE Comes Honey Boo Boo star Mama June announced that she will host a "forbidden bingo" virtual party featuring male strippers and adult novelty toys.

The announcement was made in a Facebook post on Thursday.


"For all of u bored at home n want to have some fun Join me tomorrow Monday the 27th as I will be playing forbidden bingo with my friend @djrockstaraaron and if you love Bingo and male strippers and adult novelty toys this events if for you."

After sharing the link for the virtual bingo game, June continued: "he will send you your bingo cards it's all FREE and who doesn't like anything that's free I sure do but tipping is recommended as they definitely put on a good show they come."

The post concluded: "join me 2night 8pm mountain time 10 p.m. eastern time n let's play a have some..hope to c u there Rockstar Aaron."

The DJ holds the free virtual bingo sessions every Monday and Thursday night at

Mama June recently revealed that she has been living a "sober life" just two months after she checked herself into rehab for her crack addiction.

The reality TV star has been clean ever since her stint in rehab, but the Shannon family therapist has warned her family of a possible relapse.

Mama June – whose real name is June Shannon – boasted about how well she's doing in a recent Instagram post.

She posted a picture of herself wearing a blinged-out blue mask and wrote: "Up way too early but my nails and my feet n my hair need attention and a busy day."

June concluded the post with the hashtags #soberlife and #need2bpampered.

Mama June and her boyfriend Geno Doak, who she went to rehab with, remained sober after their 30-day rehab stint, but the family’s therapist exclusively told The Sun that a relapse "is happening."

The family’s therapist Dr. Ish Major exclusively told The Sun how the couple were sober as of May 2020.

He said: "Geno has been the driving force in their sobriety. He has come in and said, 'We got to do better.' She has followed his lead."

Despite still being sober, the doctor is convinced that they will relapse.

He explained: "Relapse is a part of recovery. I do suspect there will be one. They’re a couple of months out and their recovery is still very, very fragile.

"Relapse is happening, it’s coming. We know that. Three weeks, three months, six months, it’s happening."

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