Bronx performer Ikeem Jones cashing in on subway stunts

A street performer from the Bronx is making money by showcasing his moves on the subway. Ikeem Jones makes about $500 a week by hanging

Ikeem Jones says he earns about $500 a

Ikeem Jones says he earns about $500 a week and is saving up for choreography school.

THE BRONX - A street performer from the Bronx is making money by showcasing his moves on the subway.

Ikeem Jones makes about $500 a week by hanging from the overhead poles and dancing in front of straphangers. He says he's saving up for school to become a choreographer.

The MTA says his stunts are illegal, but Jones says he has yet to be fined. News 12 reached out to the NYPD about enforcing conduct on the trains, but has not heard back.

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