Uh oh, late-night … dental emergency? YouTuber Tana Mongeau took to her Instagram Stories to reveal she broke one of her veneers while (get this) eating a dollar bill at a strip club in Miami on January 30. What a concept, right? Needless to say, the MTV starlet made sure to update her fans and followers on the incident with her teeth following her appearance at husband Jake Paul‘s boxing fight.
In videos posted late into the night, the 21-year-old explained while hanging out with Faze Banks that she lost the fake tooth. “Help me,” she captioned a clip showing off the gap in her mouth. “I lost a veneer [because] I ate a dollar bill from a Miami strip club.” She even tagged her dentist, Dr. Gabe Rosenthal. LOL!
After partying hard with influencers Sydney Carlson, Olivia O’Brien, Nikita Dragun and Katie Bell, the Las Vegas native did a quick check-in with fans and followers on her Stories the following morning.
“There’s one thing about losing your tooth, you know, on food or something,” she began her mini-recap. “But when you lose it on a dirty dollar bill in a Miami strip club because Faze Banks told you to eat the dollar bill. You just have no dignity left. Like, I have to go home.”
The reality babe also revealed that her fake tooth cost $10,000 after showing off the replacement with superglue on it, which Tana decided was a good way to attempt to reattach the expensive piece. She made it work … for a while; It ended up falling out again later, so she may actually need Dr. Gabe.
Another interesting part of Tana’s outing — aside from the tooth snafu — was her appearance at Jake’s match. In early January, she explained that they were taking a “break” from their romantic relationship but remained close. The former Disney star, 22, told Life & Style exclusively that he and Tana were “figuring it out” but were also “super friendly.”
“I think it was a weight lifted off of our shoulders when we made that decision,” he explained. “And we kind of remember where we started at which was friends.” Clearly, this friendship is still strong — with or without a tooth.