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The NSWF Weekly "Porn" Review: Because She's "Single"

...which isn't exactly "porn" But apparently YouTube (like idiots) thinks that it is..

Not too many music videos leave me speechless these days...but Mr. Raheem Devaughn's new one (which incidentally was banned from YouTube) has done just that. It's called "Single" (and swipes that Lil Wayne beat from the song with the same title).... It left me a little hot and bothered.


I'm telling you..I need me a thick, lipped joker who is well-versed in the ways of the Book of SWV, Chapter 1, Verse 1..."Downtown". Hammercy, Raheem! I woke up and had the video on my mind. Everyone has the fantasy of having a little trist in a hotel room with a very hot and sexy lover (could be your boyfriend or fiancee'...your "FWB" or even your husband doing a little role playing). I dunno if that makes me LAME for actually watching the video without sound and pretending the chick is a thinner, finer version of me (lol)...or I just have a vivid imagination. I've always wanted to show up to my man's hotel room, briefcase and trenchcoat in hand...for one unbridled night of passion.

*sigh*

Either way...you all enjoy...and maybe get a little inspired to do the same thing :)

PS: I know this may be a little inappropriate to post on World AIDS Day..then again..Raheem is advertising Magnums....so..SAFE SEX people! Get tested

Comments

  1. Well it's not exactly porn, but it's definitely NOT subtle by any means...

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  2. I've seen FAR WORSE things on YouTube..it's a sexy video..no body parts are being shown or nudity..just sexual situations. You've seen worse in a PG 13 movie. *smh*

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  3. http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=kQr2JWGwxvo

    Well apparently it was just to get the folks talking to drum up some awareness for his new, 5-year partnership with the CDC to talk about HIV/AIDS awareness and prevention. Good isht!!!

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  4. Oh and my! I need to get laid! lol been too long! ha ha

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  5. I LOVE that song!!!! Never saw the video, so I'm glad you posted it. Very hawt! And the model he just is so pretty.

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