// Whyte Chocolate

Whyte Chocolate
Real Name: Unknown
Nicknames: Miss Tip Drill
Birth Date: Unknown, 27 years old
Birth Place: Atlanta, Georgia
Height: 5' 4"
Eye Color: Brown
Hair Color: Brunette
Measurements: 34-26-36
Weight: 135 lbs

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// Whyte Chocolate Biography

Whyte Chocolate is a music video model, rapper and still sometimes stripper who was formerly signed to Master P's No Limit Records & Universal Records as an actress & entertainer. Whyte Chocolate has appeared in over 30 hip hop music videos. She has been featured in videos from the famous likes of rappers, such as 50 Cent, Ludacris, and others.

Her appearance that is her claim to fame was in the uncut video of Nelly's single "Tip Drill" where she gets her nickname. The video was heavily scrutinized by conservative groups for the extreme sexual imagery contained in the video. In on piece of the video, a credit card is "swiped" along Whyte Chocolate’s butt crack.

Whyte Chocolate also had a cameo appearance in the Chris Robinson project titled "Jelly Bean". This movie is hit theaters in Feb. 2006 and it features rapper 'T.I', Jason Weaver, and others. Whyte Chocolate can be seen struttin’ her stuff with a blonde ‘do’ across the screen

Whyte Chocolate has also appeared in widely known print media such as XXL and BlackMen's, The Source and Smooth. Recently she also headlined in the theatrical play "Secret's Men Keep" and featured in the highly visible national ad campaign for "Boost Mobile". Whyte Chocolate, of course, has her own website where she lists several current projects she is working on including a book that will showcase 30 of her hottest pictures.

Whyte Chocolate has other appearances and recognitions to her credit such as:

Southern Entertainment Awards 2005 "Model of The Year"

Black Men's Magazine '101 Sexiest Women'

Source Magazine "Dyme-Piece"

XXL Magazine Collector's Edition "Eye Candy"

Whyte Chocolate Music Video's include:

Nelly's "Tip Drill"

Ludacris & I 20's Break Bread

Master P's "Bout Dat"

Nas & Braveheart's "Quick to Back Down"