The Wolf of Wall Street, starring Leonardo DiCaprio, Jonah Hill, Donnie Azoff, and Margot Robbie, is one of the best movies to be released this century. But it is definitely not a movie kids should see. The movie by Martin Scorsese is known for its explicit content, giving a very real depiction of the hollow life of a person in Wall Street. And the movie had its fair share of A-rated scenes. One such scene was Leonardo DiCaprio getting a lap dance from a stripper. And Tracie Jayne, the one who played the role of the stripper, has a special detail to share with all of us.
Leonardo DiCaprio wasn’t aroused by the lap dance
In an interaction with TMZ, Tracie Jayne revealed that during the filming of the lap dance in The Wolf of Wall Street, she failed to arouse The Revenant star. In this scene, Leonardo was visiting a strip club on Wall Street and was given a lap dance by a stripper. Tracie revealed that she did it all, grabbing the Titanic actor by the hair, licking his neck, and even biting his ear. But all of that was to no avail, as she failed to give Leonardo a b***r.
Tracie couldn’t help but wonder how Leonardo kept his composure through the scene.
Tracie: Maybe Leonardo was thinking about his dead grandmother
When the interviewer asked her, did she “feel something” when giving Leo the lap dance, she answered in the negative and wondered how he managed to do that. She even jokingly said that maybe Leo “thought about his dead grandmother.” Her other guesses were that Leo was “wearing Spanx” or that “he taped it down.”
In a video recently released by TMZ, the publication’s employees can also be seen feeling bad for Tracie. They were in unison that even they would want a “b*ne” hitting them if they were doing her job. But that wasn’t to be the case.
Leonardo DiCaprio shows how professional he is
But the truth is that the incident is just another example of how professional an actor (and a thorough gentleman) Leonardo DiCaprio is.
Leonardo has also been doing work for the benefit of society, taking note of the acuteness of the climate crisis. He has been a vocal advocate of the need to realign our environment protection strategy. It is because of these inclinations that Leonardo was designated as a United Nations Messenger of Peace for Climate Change in 2014.