Miss Mona Rhodes was born in Chinquapin Park, Louisiana. As a child, a horse kicked her in the head. When she awoke, she had no recollection of what had happened to her. “Steel Magnolias” was on the tv in her hospital room, and she began to believe that she was Truvy. She grew up making her hair higher, her makeup heavier, and her clothes tighter & tackier.
As the years went on, she wanted to become a country singer. She wanted to move to Nashville, and move she did… to Nashville, GA. Mona couldn’t understand why no one wanted to offer her a record deal, so she did the only thing a simple country girl could do; She began giving head for a quarter a blow in the Harvey’s grocery store parking lot.
Fast forward 15 years, and Mona finally moved to Atlanta to be a career girl. She’s still giving head in parking lots, but she’s worked her way up to a dollar a blow, and now works the corners outside of finer chicken & waffles establishments across the metro area.