I dispute the entire concept of a cheerleading "competition." Unless the bitches get their tits out and acrobatically blow me, it's about as interesting as football, and football doesn't interest me unless the coconut-headed roid creatures accidentally kill each other.
Five Ex-Houston Texan cheerleaders file suite against the team, allege intimidation and low pay. Accusing the franchise of paying the women less than the $7.25 an hour they were promised and not compensating them for making public appearances or performing other tasks related to their jobs.
We were harassed, bullied and body shamed for $7.25 an hour said ex-cheerleader Ainsley Parish
Erica Williams, a Dallas Cowboys cheerleader from 2014 to '17, had filed a federal lawsuit against the team, alleging she wasn't paid for all her work and made less money than "Rowdy", the team's male mascot.
Williams was paid $8 per hour. Rowdy $25 per hour.