This year, three of South Beach’s most scandalous festivals converge into one. Cam Con celebrates women who do all sorts of things on the internet for money and the tech leaders behind them. Tattoo Con and Cannabis Con are exactly what they sound like. Combining all three events will be epic—not to mention that the world’s most famous porn star will be making an appearance. Here’s Stormy Daniels will be doing on South Beach.
Here’s What To Expect At the First ‘The Cons’ Ever
Sick ink, loud herb and very little clothing. For those who don’t know, Cam Con features adult video and Instagram celebrities. Content ranges from completing chores around the house while people watch you online, to posting bodacious selfies, to doing things that we can’t and shouldn’t describe.
This year, Stacey Havoc and Clinton Cox are combining Cam Con with Tattoo Con and Canna Con for the first time. Not only will it be a blowout party, but this convention will help members of each industry cross-network.
In a press release, Cox explained, “It seemed like a natural fit for today’s world, as Inked Culture, Cannabis Culture and Alternative Model Culture are overlapping.” And specifically about the fast-growing cannabis industry, Cox said, “This market is starving for information.”
America’s Favorite Porn Star Will Be There
In light of recent events, every household in America knows her name. Here’s a brief recap of why Stormy Daniels, née Stephanie Clifford, the biggest name in porn today:
In January, the Wallstreet Journal reports that Michael Cohen, Trump’s lawyer, gave porn star Stormy Daniels $130,000 to keep quiet about her affair with the president. The affair, allegedly, occurred in 2006. In the following days, CNN, Mother Jones and In Touch Weekly released more evidence of the affair. This culminated in a 60 Minutes interview with Stormy Daniels during which she goes into detail.
Daniels has since filed two lawsuits against Trump for defamation and ruining her career. She was, reportedly, also threatened. And evidence continues to pile up against Trump. A few days, ago, Rudy Guiliani, former mayor of New York and lawyer to the president, said that Trump did reimburse Michael Cohen.
Needless to say, all this has made Stormy Daniels an international celebrity. Cox tells the Miami New Times, “We’re very excited at the opportunity to have Stormy be part of the event, and we know she’s excited to be coming down to Miami and taking part in it as well.”
At the Cons, she’ll appear at the Neon Night Swim Soiree, hosted at Hyde Beach. The next day, Daniels will participate in Industry Day with other adult stars.
Stormy Daniels’ Career is Blowing Up
And the Cons will give her more international exposure—not that she needs it. Even before suing the President, Stormy’s career was in full bloom. Last year, adult-film awards programs nominated Daniels 17 times. This was before the scandal broke.
Now, Stormy Daniels is seemingly going back to her roots while cashing in on some serious press. And who knows? Today, the cannabis industry estimated to hit $30 billion market value and 40 percent of millennials have tattoos (according to Reuters). The Cons could be this all-American heroine’s chance to break into an industry more reputable than politics.