Monday, February 16, 2009

Ludacris - he's definitely not gay, alright?

Two years ago, a highly dubious "hollywood blogger" claimed to have outed several of hip-hop's biggest stars. Jonathan Jaxson, whose blog has since been deleted, was so scurrilous that even Perez Hilton sued him for libel, slander, invasion of privacy, harassment and intentional infliction of emotional distress. Nonetheless, hip-hop is not the most enlightened of communities when it comes to gay rights, so several artists have found their names sullied by the (never-proven) gossip.

Step forward Ludacris, who has taken extreme measures to ensure we aware of his love for the female of the species. Especially all the hot ones, okay?

Ludacris - Nasty Girl

Okay, it's a complete car crash of a song, but I think we're left in no doubt: Girls and fucking - Ludacris is a fan of them both.

He's also a fan of Jay-Z's Girls, Girls, Girls, which he's completely ripped off.

But the real reason I posted this travesty is for the comments on its Youtube (youtube) page. They are, to say the least, perfect examples of their genre:

  • I want to see one of these rappers just pull their penis out...Im being honest, I dont want to see girls all the damn time!!!

  • As if guys that look like that could get chicks that hot anywhere except outside a music video, get the fuck outta here...

  • If they keep putting hoochies in here, and we go against it; then they would stop. It's the sick minded people that encourage this that makes it sell. If people would just grow up and stop being perverted, then maybe we wouldn't see half naked hoochies every time we turned on the TV.

  • God destroyed Sodom and Gomorrah because of their sexual perversion

  • i am a christian and i do have jesus as my personal savior... but this song is still cool:)

  • haha... "bread" and "bed" rhyme!

    This is probably the most intelligent discussion I have ever read on the internet.

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