October 2014 SCORE magazine (on-sale July 8th, 2014) will mark Twenty years since Minka’s first appearance in October 1994 issue. That in itself in the world of big-bust modeling is a major achievement when so many models come and go.
Before becoming a dancer and model, Minka was a ranked tennis player, smth that remains her excitement to today.
“One day, I was playing in the Oriental Olympic Games in Chicago, and my ally, that babe is a plastic surgeon, that babe and I were showering together and she told to me, ‘Why do not u receive into the men’s magazines? Don’t teach tennis. How much cash can you make teaching tennis?’
“I did not even know about the magazines. I had not at all seen them. So this babe brought SCORE magazine the next day, and that babe told she’d not ever watched any cover of SCORE with an Oriental cutie. This babe said, ‘You have a photogenic face. You are going to make it.’ When my friend showed me the mag, I saw the telephone number and that is what I called. I sent three Polaroid pix. In all the photos, I had a natural smile on my face. And it was gonna be the first time an Oriental cutie was on the cover. That was very important to me.”
Minka was in fact the 1st Oriental model to become a covergirl in the big-bust mag category.
“So John Graham got the fotos, then this chab called my house. This gent said, ‘An airplane ticket is gonna be at your house in one or two days. I desire you to come to United Realm.’ That is it. So I went to United Kingdom. And that gent took a test picture and said I would be on the cover, and then he said that I would be a feature dancer. I followed what Lisa Lipps and Casey James were doing. I didn’t know how to dance that way. I did not know how to sing. I did not know how to take off the impressive clothes. But I knew how to smile, and I learned what to do.”
This Jackumentary pays tribute to Minka’s longevity and popularity although Minka’s done so much that merely a DVD (Maximum Minka) could do her justice
“I knew I could do it, but lots of gals back then were stuck up. They did not talk to me. And I thought, ‘Wait.’ And now, everybody’s gone, and I’m here! And I’m plan to be here next year!”