Allie Haze Appears in Rapper B.o.B's Music Video
LOS ANGELES — Adult performer and January 2014 Penthouse Pet Allie Haze appears in the new music video “John Doe” by hip-hop artist B.o.B.
The song and video, which features vocals by pop singer/songwriter Priscilla Renea, tells the sad tale of a dangerous drug habit gone too far, with Haze portraying the video’s doomed heroine.
“I really liked the song and the message, so I jumped at the chance to be a part of it,” Haze said. “Debilitating drug addictions that take your friends, your family and eventually your life are becoming more and more common, and I appreciate B.o.B. and Priscilla shining a light on such a serious subject.”
The star noted that she maintains a balance between her adult profession and burgeoning mainstream career, choosing to take all the exciting and sometimes most challenging work possible.
“I loved being a part of this video, and working with an incredible artist like B.o.B. Music videos give me the opportunity to act and perform in a way that is entertaining, exciting, and introduces myself and my brand to new audiences. I look forward to more incredible opportunities such as this,” Haze said.
“Underground Luxury,” B.o.B.’s third studio album, was released on Dec. 17 of last year by Grand Hustle Records, Rebel Rock Entertainment, and Atlantic Records.