Miami Restaurant Hosts Drag Show With Children in Attendance

By Lydia Nusbaum, Florida's Voice

July 5, 2022 Updated 9:10 AM ET


July 5, 2022 Updated 9:08 A.M. ET

MIAMI (FLV) – There is outrage on social media after the Miami restaurant, R-House Wynwood, hosted a drag show where a provocative performer led a young child around the restaurant to dance. 

The performer had much of their breasts exposed, very little clothes on, and cash stuffed in undergarments. The young child appears to have cash in her hand as she holds the performer’s hand while being led throughout the restaurant.

The video was posted on TikTok where the creator says “children belong at drag shows!!!!”

“Children deserve to see fun and expression of freedom,” the video’s text says. 

Media personality Lauren Chen posted the video July 2nd and called on people to do something about it.

“These people belong in jail,” Chen said. “This is a hill I’m willing to die on.”

Florida’s Voice called and emailed the restaurant for a comment but did ot hear back. 

In June, Gov. Ron DeSantis said his staff would look into ways to prevent kids from being exposed to drag shows. Those comments took place after a video surfaced showing a provocative dancer at a child drag show in Dallas, Texas. 

The Governor had said staff would look into current child protective statues on the books. 

DeSantis Looking into Banning Drag Shows for Kids: ‘That is Not Something Children Should be Exposed to’

State Rep. Anthony Sabatini wants to propose legislation to charge adults with a felony if they bring a child to a drag show. 

Governor DeSantis has cracked down on gender ideology being exposed to young children in public schools. He signed the Parental Rights in Education Act which bans teachers from teaching K-3 grade students about sexual identity and gender. 

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