MWA: 02-17-2024 Myles’ Weekend Adventures: Nia Nebula

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Myles Shaffer
Myles Shaffer

Bonjour mon amis!  Comment ca va?  Myles Shaffer here.  Once again, this article will be about only one feature entertainer.  However, she was well worth the drive!  So, is everybody ready to read on and learn the details?  Good!  Then let us get started immediately if not sooner!

NIA NEBULA

Friday evening, January 5, 2024, involved a drive down to Exposé Gentlemen’s Club, in San Diego of course, to spend a little bit of time with Nia Nebula and to observe both of her shows on the first night of her booking.  (While I have seen Nia perform in feature dancer contests a number of times over the last several years, this was the first time I have had the pleasure of seeing her perform in a club by herself.)

For her first performance of the evening Nia did her Voodoo Show.  During this show, she wore a costume that was practically impossible to describe, but I will do the best that I can.  Her red sleeveless top portion of the costume had four pins with black flower like pieces on a brown piece on each pin.  With her top, she wore a brown, black, and white floor-length skirt that was open in the front.  Under her top, Nia wore a black bra, and beneath her skirt, she wore a pair of thong panties.  The panties had four strings of small brown feathers at the end of each of two chains that hung down from the panties.  Nia’s footwear was a pair of clear shoes with stiletto heels and platform soles.  Each of the shoes also had an ankle strap and a strap over her toes.  (I apologize for not doing a better job of describing this costume.  It was entirely too elaborate for me to have the time to take all the notes necessary to fully describe it.) 

Nia started this show by popping two gold balloons that she had carried onto the stage.  She then fired off a confetti canon.  Next, she performed with a reddish-orange hula hoop that had different colored LED lights inside it.

During this show, Nia danced to, “Witchcraft,” by Frank Sinatra, “Voodoo,” by Bryce Fox, “Superstition,” by Stevie Wonder, and, “Unholy,” by Wolfgang Gartner.

Nia’s final performance of the evening was her Marie Antoinette Show.  For this show, Nia wore a basically pink and white costume and a tiny hat.  The costume had some pink boas hanging from it.  Nia also had a long pink boa around her lovely neck.  She next wore a long-sleeved top and a pair of thong panties that were trimmed with white lace.  Beneath her top, Nia wore a pink bra.  Nia also wore a belt that had a white plastic item on each hip.  (I’m not even going to attempt to describe those items.)  Nia’s footwear for this show appeared to be the same shoes that she had worn during her first show.  If so, they worked quite well with both of her costumes.

At one point in the performance, Nia danced with two large pieces of white material.  She also fired off another confetti canon.  During another point in this show, Nia performed with two hula hoops that had LED lights inside them.  The LEDS kept on changing colors constantly.

Nia performed this show to, “Lacrimosa,” by Apashe, “Flaunt It (Radio Edit),” by TV Rock featuring Seany B, “Diamonds (Congorock Remix),” by Rihanna, and, “Let Them Eat Cake,” by Lisa Glover.

Having been acquainted with Nia for a number of years now, I feel completely safe in saying that she is not only a good-looking and very talented entertainer, but she is smart, very friendly, and well spoken.  It can also be said that she enjoys meeting and speaking with her fans.

Nia has blonde hair and brown eyes.  She is five feet two inches tall, weighs one hundred twenty-one pounds, and her good-looking body measures 34D-28-34.

Given Nia’s good looks, nice personality, and the fact that she is an excellent entertainer, it is highly recommended that anybody who might get an opportunity to go to a club to see her perform and to meet her in person should take full advantage of said opportunity.  It should prove to be an enjoyable experience not to be soon forgotten.

Apparently, Nia does not have an official website of her own; however, she can be found on facebook.com, instagram.com, loyalfans.com, and X, formerly Twitter.com.

Okay folks, that will just about do it for now.  Let us all meet back here the next time to continue the discussion of sexy women and entertaining events.  Until then, everybody please take care, stay safe, have a great week, and live life as if there were no tomorrow!

Bonsoir et au revoir,
Myles Shaffer