Snoop From The Wire BAGGED A BADDIE . . . Dating Bernice Burgos!! (Video) - MTO News

Snoop From The Wire BAGGED A BADDIE . . . Dating Bernice Burgos!! (Video)

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Actress Felicia "Snoop" Pearson from The Wire has landed herself a new GF, and she's gorgeous. MTO News has confirmed that Snoop is currently dating Instagram model Bernice Burgos. Bernice has been rated one of the top 10 most beautiful women on the internet.

Snoop and Bernice met at the club a couple of weekends ago, and started kicking it. One thing led to another and now the two are dating.

MTO News obtained a video of the new couple, inside their hotel room kicking it. It looks like the two are getting really serious with each other too. Peep the video:

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Pearson was born in Baltimore, Maryland, the daughter of two incarcerated drug addicts, and was raised in an East Baltimore foster home. Born a premature crack baby and weighing only three pounds, she was not expected to live. She was so small that she was fed with an eyedropper until she could be fed normally. According to her memoir, Grace After Midnight, she met her biological parents very few times; her mother was a crack addict and her father was an armed robber. She thus decided to go by her foster family’s surname. She was a tomboy from a young age.

Pearson worked as a drug dealer. At the age of 14, she was convicted of second degree murder after the shooting of a girl named Okia Toomer, and was sentenced to two eight-year terms, to be served consecutively, at the Maryland Correctional Institution for Women in Jessup, Maryland. She was released after six and a half years.

Pearson said her life turned around at the age of 18 when Arnold Loney, a local drug dealer who looked out for her and sent her money in prison, was shot and killed.[1] He was the one who gave her the nickname Snoop because she reminded him of Charlie Brown’s beagle Snoopy in the comic strip Peanuts. While in prison, she earned her GED and was released in 2000. She landed a local job fabricating car bumpers, but was fired after only two weeks when her employer learned she had a prison record.