Strippers are making TikToks about their negative experiences to debunk the glamorized portrayal of their jobs on 'StripTok'
After a TikTok went viral saying that many videos on 'StripTok' are a lie, strippers are making their own videos to describe the reality of stripping.
Cisco says a company 'leader' who encouraged TikTok followers to report strippers to the IRS is no longer employed at the company
Ethan Keiser told Insider his employer Cisco terminated his employment after a Rolling Stone article was published about his TikTok videos.
TikTok's most famous stripper is being accused of making up the salacious stories that have earned her millions of followers and media attention
ItsImperial told her 1.9 million followers stories of seeing her dad while stripping and attacks on stage. Critics say there are inconsistencies.