CAN WILL SMITH FILL MARLON BRANDO’S TORN UNDERSHIRT?

Broadway is becoming a magnet for Hollywood movie stars and Will Smith and Jada Pinkett are thrilled that the show they co-produced, “Fela!,” is a huge hit. Now, according to Michael Riedel in the NY Post, they’ve been approached to costar onstage as the common but passionate Stanley and Stella Kowalski in “A Streetcar Named Desire.” It’s not easy to picture Will as brutal Stanley, in a sweaty wife-beater bellowing for his wife, but he’s surprised us before. The hard part might be casting Stella’s delicately balanced sister Blanche DubBois.

Posted by Janet on July 16, 2010

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  1. By Jake
    On July 16, 2010 at

    Please. Can’t stand one member of that “smug” family.

  2. By SebastianCanada
    On July 16, 2010 at

    Yeah Jake. I don’t want to hate them, but I do, I do. For want of any other reason, I would call it their smugness.

    They rub some people the wrong way, and if they were smart, they would do their work, and limit their promotional appearances, and never – ever – do the talk show circuit together. And they need to stop hanging out with Tom Cruise.

  3. By princessjohnson
    On July 16, 2010 at

    you all are jealous!

  4. By cal
    On July 16, 2010 at

    Everything Will does seems to turn to gold – there is a ‘likeable-ness’ about him.

  5. By DiDi
    On July 16, 2010 at

    He can’t act his way out of a paper bag. Good God does he suck!

  6. By Palermo
    On July 16, 2010 at

    Yeah, we are jealous hahaha

    I used to love him when he was the Fresh Prince of Bel Air. Somehow once he married Jada they became terribly full of themselves. They are always trying to convince the world what a hot sex life they have, which tells me something is not right there. They are both rumored to be bisexual and “swingers”. They dress their kids in a very adult way. The Karate Kid son always has a super smug expression on his face. And aren’t they Church of Scientology? Enough said right there.

  7. By SebastianCanada
    On July 16, 2010 at

    The Scientology thing is creepy, particularly since many who get into that cult do so because they are conned into believing it can “cure” them of some undesirable condition, like homosexuality. Plus – now maybe I am ignorant on this one – I am not aware of any other Afro-Americans who have even toyed with Scientology. Makes you wonder what is up with the Smiths, don’t it???

  8. By Reta
    On July 16, 2010 at

    I don’t care or concern myself with their religion or beliefs, OR their sexual life or preferences. However in answer to the initial question above my first response would be a resounding NO!
    Kowalski is the name of the charactor and that hardly seems to fit Will or Jada. It DID fit Brando and his protrayal was spot on. It was a brilliant fit altogether and is a classic movie to this day and always will be. If you’re going to screw with the classics, you better either match them in quality, or surpass, otherwise don’t even try. What would be the point? Offhand I can’t think of a modern day Brando for this roll. There may very well be someone who could do it justice, but it definitely ISN’T Smith.

  9. By SebastianCanada
    On July 16, 2010 at

    I never liked those 1950′s method actors. I found their performances pretentious and melodramatic. Brando’s performances send me into seizures of contempt. If you appreciate that kind of acting, then you will never want to see a new production of any Tennessee Williams play, or any remake of movies starring the Intense Bunch. I could care less – give me a Doris Day/Rock Hudson movie any day of the week.

  10. By captain america
    On July 16, 2010 at

    the black society must be filled with shame?

  11. By Reta
    On July 16, 2010 at

    No, Cap’n Asshole, the “black society” is hardly filled with shame…but I’m sure whatever cesspool YOU crawled out of is probably trying desperately to latch the drain being you at this very moment!

  12. By strom
    On July 17, 2010 at

    Bring back the minstrel shows! They should produce instead a broadway Harlem Nights,which was one of the funniest movies ever.

  13. By Indy
    On July 17, 2010 at

    All the Smiths are full of themselves and think they are so liked. imho, Will has just had blind dumb luck to get as far as he has in his rotten acting career. And in regard to Scientology, I am 99% sure they are in it. You know they would do anything to rub elbows with tiny Tom Thumb, and the little Hitler has again scored ‘big money’ to further the devil’s cult.

  14. By Lenny
    On July 17, 2010 at

    I like Will Smith, he seems like a very nice guy. But don’t care much for Jada. By the way, if you didn’t know this there black.

  15. By Sally
    On July 17, 2010 at

    Method Actors are awesome! Monty Clift and Henry Fonda were one of the best. I never got into Brando though. I just don’t understand the appeal of him……..oh well.

    Will and Jada cast as the iconic, doomed pair in one of the most famous plays is making Tennessee Williams spin in his grave as Janet announced this mess. Hell no. Don’t piss on good roles that these two don’t have the depth to even pull off.

  16. By Sally
    On July 17, 2010 at

    By the way, why is it when we don’t like someone or something, we are immediately regarded as “jealous”? Can’t a person just not like a person because their personalities and ideals don’t complement one another?

    Why would I be jealous of these two clowns? I wouldn’t want to be either of them. I love talented visionaries who “own” their crafts not two smug posers pretending to act. Now to be Meryl Streep, Christopher Nolan, or Julianne Moore is another story, lol.

  17. By Seriously?
    On July 17, 2010 at

    NO. That is all.

  18. By positive, confident negro
    On July 17, 2010 at

    i’ll take it a step further. why DISLIKE someone because of their personality. we all were never intended to be alike. even family members are different. it’s also sad to dislike someone because of their beliefs. i don’t care for rush limbaugh, but i don’t dislike him as a person.

    this society has come to a sad state when we are not MATURE enough to understand that we all have a right to be different and think differently.

    i employ five other women, and we are different with few similarities. job wise, we are mature enough to work as a TEAM.

    dislike someone because of your PERSONAL interactions with them, but never forget that they are human like you!

    i am happy to see a successful, gifted, and talented black male MAKE IT in hwood, and he keeps his fam together.

    [I love talented visionaries who “own” their crafts not two smug posers pretending to act. Now to be Meryl Streep, Christopher Nolan, or Julianne Moore is another story, lol.]

    you’re entitled to like whoever. will IS an actor, and black people who are confident and assure are always smug, right? and you know what we do with smug negroes, right? gotta keep them in ‘their place’.

  19. By SebastianCanada
    On July 17, 2010 at

    PCN, one should not necessarily dislike someone because of his personality. One should not hate someone because he is shy or a morning person. However some personality traits are unacceptable.

    I am surprised that you say YOU do not dislike Limbaugh. I loathe that whole crowd – Ann Coulter, Limbaugh, O’Reilly, Jeff Beck. I object to their politics, but that is not why I hate them.

    They are smug, and – most significantly – uncivil, often behaving like brats and unnecessarily abusing and ridiculing people simple for being different. They do not behave in a mature, respectful, genteel manner, despite the fact that many of them are supposedly well-educated and travel in somewhat sophisticated circles.

    And I cannot stand that the real big-players – The View crew, Letterman, Jon Stewart – in the entertainment world tolerate those yobs, and that free speech and tolerance are used as excuses for doing so.

  20. By SebastianCanada
    On July 17, 2010 at

    Oops, I meant Glen Beck.

  21. By positive, confident negro
    On July 17, 2010 at

    [I am surprised that you say YOU do not dislike Limbaugh. I loathe that whole crowd – Ann Coulter, Limbaugh, O’Reilly, Jeff Beck. I object to their politics, but that is not why I hate them.]

    no, i do not dislike them. they are mere entertainment fodder in my opinion, and free speech is a gift to all.

  22. By SebastianCanada
    On July 17, 2010 at

    Point taken.

    I suppose my complaint is a persnickety one – I just feel that the lack of civility, decorum and maturity is having a very negative effect on society.

    After all, if a television presenter in his 40′s or 50′s can throw tantrums, make racist or sexist comments, and become verbally abusive to anyone who challenges him, and – on top of that – can display atrocious ignorance (several of those people mentioned, for example, have said ridiculous and inaccurate things about Canada), then one cannot be surprised that an 18 year old is an expletive-spouting knuckle-dragger who will head-butt someone at the drop of a hat.

  23. By SebastianCanada
    On July 17, 2010 at

    I do not think the Becks and Coulters should be silenced, I just do not think they should be shown the respect that they are.

    After all, if you had a dinner party, and one of the guest said the host was a fag, the hostess a whore, and their children retards, you would not shrug your shoulders, cite the constitution, and treat the rude bastard with the same grace you would your other guests. I would hope not anyway!

  24. By al kay duh
    On July 17, 2010 at

    they appear so normal in the above pic, now the whole family seems like a pack of freaks. his career is going down the toilet because of it, he used to be mr. annual july 4th huge opening weekend. when was the last time he had a blockbuster? he’s over and she was never on. those kids are freaks that are trying to mimic the dads once upon a time success. scientology gets you no more of my dollars.

  25. By al kay duh
    On July 17, 2010 at

    positive, confident negro

    ur ridiculous. hollywood knows what a precious commodity a stars public persona plays in to the larger picture. why do you think they hid marilyn monroes marriage? because men wanted to think of her as single and available. tom cruise is done in part due to scientology and his cookiness on oprah. why do you think tiger married elin, so that he could get that cheddar portraying a solid happily married family man, and he isnt even an actor. no one is going to throw their dollars around to a star they dont like or support unless the picture is super fuego! and hollywood is pretty much yawn right now and we lack intelligent/great movies.

  26. By al kay duh
    On July 17, 2010 at

    one more thing negro, what happened to wills first marriage, it doesnt look like he kept that family together much. yes we are all different and thats great, I know another me would get on my last nerve. and I’m not afraid to say that but as the people with the purchasing dollars we can pay for what we please and we can also dislike what we see or dont see in someone especially if they are trying to sell themselves to the public which is what most entertainers do, be they sports figures, actors, singers, etc. I used to watch every will smith movie but something in him has changed. maybe its to his benefit but I dont like and I like plenty of americans are increasingly growing tired of it and it reflects at the box office.

  27. By al kay duh
    On July 17, 2010 at

    palermo you are spot on, they do try to convince us about how hot their sex life is. what is that shakesperean quote, “the lady doth protest too much” I always thought she was a dyka anyway. what kid of woman walks around with a stiff face all the time.

  28. By positive, confident negro
    On July 17, 2010 at

    jada has had too much botox; therefore, her face is expressionless.

    [After all, if you had a dinner party, and one of the guest said the host was a fag, the hostess a whore, and their children retards, you would not shrug your shoulders, cite the constitution, and treat the rude bastard with the same grace you would your other guests.]

    having dinner with an uncouth person or someone being intentionally ignorant and rude is a whole other topic.

    for example, i don’t dislike mel gibson, but i am WISE enough to know that he is a misguided, ABUSIVE and probably has a mental disorder. i won’t pay to see his movies anymore also due to this debacle.

  29. By Sally
    On July 17, 2010 at

    PCN, why has this become a race thing??? I don’t like Will and Jada because I just don’t like them just like I don’t like Tom Cruise and Katie Holmes. Where does race figure in all of this?

    What Pollyanna world do you and Sebastian live in? Or what the hell are you two smoking? Not everybody likes everyone. There’s no such thing. And there are people that generally don’t like each other because their personalities, backgrounds, tastes, views, etc. don’t mesh. You don’t always get along with people of distinctly different personality or sometimes opposites attract.

  30. By Sally
    On July 17, 2010 at

    P.S. Hate and dislike are two very different beasts. Please don’t mix up the two.

  31. By Sally
    On July 17, 2010 at

    (will IS an actor, and black people who are confident and assure are always smug, right? and you know what we do with smug negroes, right? gotta keep them in ‘their place’)

    Don’t make this a race thing. Yeah Will is a shitty actor. I don’t like his movies or his roles as much as I can’t stand to watch Owen Wilson. And Jada is nothing special. And yes, homegirl is smug just look at her photo. And I don’t care if they worship Xenu or Satan, that has nothing to do with my feelings for them.

    Get a life! Don’t take something out of context.

  32. By Indy
    On July 17, 2010 at

    Sally:^^^^^^^^^you mentioned Owen Wilson…..Patooey, yuck and barf, I just lost my appetite thinking of his crummy acting and distorted face, not to mention his slooooow drawl.

  33. By positive, confident negro
    On July 17, 2010 at

    sally, i have a wonderful life, if i say so myself. i’ve never used drugs, and live very much in the real world.

    there is a thin kine between hate and dislike. PEACE!

    [I just feel that the lack of civility, decorum and maturity is having a very negative effect on society.]

    INDEED!

  34. By Reta
    On July 17, 2010 at

    I agree with Sally, this is NOT about race. The ORIGINAL post by Janet was about Will taking the Brando role which just ISN’T good casting, period. He is NOTHING like the charactor written or portrayed originally and people don’t like their classics fucked with. If you ARE going to UPDATE a famous and beloved piece, then you better make it much much improved, otherwise don’t touch it. Anyone recall the disasterous remake of Psycho with flighty Ann Heche and the beefy Vince Vaughn? The movie bombed at the box office and was just horrible and no way as good as the original in spite of the fact that they shot it the same (supposedly). So, I really think casting is everything, and people will stay away in droves if they cast Will in this roll, he just ISN’T the right actor for this movie.

  35. By Kylie
    On July 17, 2010 at

    Like the only actors in this day and age with any real acting chops is Leonardo Dicaprio and Johnny Depp. Everyone else is just a hack playing themselves over and over IMO. Movie stars are not what they used to be….

  36. By Palermo
    On July 17, 2010 at

    positive, confident negro, who is the real racist here? you have no idea which of us may be black

  37. By Lenny
    On July 17, 2010 at

    Well we know who isn’t, does strom ring a bell.

  38. By Sally
    On July 17, 2010 at

    (jada has had too much botox; therefore, her face is expressionless)

    Yup and so do other actors and actresses that still don’t look like smug twats. Jada has always had that holier-than-thou look. Never have been and never will be a fan. And that smug expression and attitude has rubbed off on her son. Anyone catch him on David Letterman? Little punk was beyond rude and disrespectful.

  39. By Indy
    On July 17, 2010 at

    Jaden Smith was recently on “The View”. Sorry to say but he just oozed an attitude of “I’m so great”. The stupid hags on The View were falling all over him. He looked and acted like a tiny sarcastic drug dealer.

  40. By positive, confident negro
    On July 17, 2010 at

    my convo was meant for sebastin, unless noted. thanks for the dialouge, sebastin! :)

  41. By positive, confident negro
    On July 17, 2010 at

    [He looked and acted like a tiny sarcastic drug dealer.]

    uh, huh. yeah, okay. movin’ on.

  42. By annabella
    On July 17, 2010 at

    Movies in general call for the audience’s SUSPENSION OF DISBELIEF. But somehow it’s easier to fathom airbenders in our midst than it is a couple of African-American Kowalsksis during the depression. It just won’t fly.

  43. By Reta
    On July 17, 2010 at

    annabella: as I said, it’s called CASTING. And if done PROPERLY we belief the plot and go along with it if the actors are good that is. If it’s poorly cast from the very beginning, no amount of good scenery, costumes, dialog, etc will keep it from being a dud in the final accounting. Our brains are pre-programmed with this particular story “A Streetcar Named Desire” by the original writing, and then the original play and movie. They are classic and stuck in our collective subconscience mind. It’s hard to fight what already exists, and I would think if Will were truly a smart fellow he’d be able to figure that out and not attempt to mess with it being that the odds of his success are so incredibly low. I wouldn’t think he’d want to take that risk to his reputation as an actor. He has enough successes under his belt already so why mess with that?
    It WOULD be interesting to see this story redone, but I really hope Hollywood in its greed doesn’t just rush it out with him because he has a name brand, but really takes the time to cast it correctly and do it justice. I’d really love to see it again and see if it could indeed be improved upon, but my guess would be a resounding NO. And if you CAN’T improve upon it, why then spend the time and money, just leave the original classic alone to stew in its glory.
    Who would play Karl Malden’s part? Kim Hunter? Vivien Leigh?

  44. By princessjohnson
    On July 17, 2010 at

    y’all are JEALOUS!

  45. By Reta
    On July 17, 2010 at

    Of what, or whom?

  46. By SebastianCanada
    On July 17, 2010 at

    Same here PCN – thanks for the convo.

    Sally, my point was that one has the right to expect a certain level of civility and decent behavior, even in a relatively open forum, and that if people do not behave properly, it is not just the right, but the responsibility of those dealing with them to shut them down, shut them out. This is called socialization. It takes a village you know!

  47. By Sally
    On July 17, 2010 at

    Sebastian: ?

    You veered off course and make little sense. For someone so open-minded you should certainly understand that people are very different and react differently to people and circumstances.

    They are built and programmed different and percieve things differently than you. We can agree and sometimes we can disagree. We can like someone or choose not to like them. You like some that I don’t and vice versa. It’s that simple.

    Please stop complicating things and take statements out of context.

  48. By strom
    On July 18, 2010 at

    Could PCN actually be Barak the Magic Negro? Rush would be proud!

  49. By SebastianCanada
    On July 18, 2010 at

    Sally, if you read my comments in this post, you will see a consistent argument, one that does relate to this story. The Smiths are too smug and arrogant. I believe that the public will eventually punish them for this. As part of the entertainment-consuming public, people WILL set out to “socialize” celebs (unfortunately it takes a bit longer for this to occur with the new type of News personality, such as Glen Beck).

    You write “Please stop complicating things and take statements out of context.” Are you asking me to take statement out of context? Or do you mean to say “Please stop complicating things and taking statements out of context?

  50. By SebastianCanada
    On July 18, 2010 at

    My last comment on this (I can hear the hurrah’s):

    Sally, I love how irate people of our generations often get when the discussion of civility, behaving properly and improperly, and the concept of positive socialization is brought up.

    Sorry, bad behavior is NOT subjective. Unnecessarily showing people disrespect, making a spectacle of oneself, disturbing the peace, acting superior, making people feel uncomfortable, is wrong.

    The fact that this has to even be pointed out is an example of how far wrong our culture has gone.

    I seem to have touched a nerve, but that is your problem not mine.

  51. By strom
    On July 18, 2010 at

    http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=NfxVkLhlu5s

    this is all you need to know on the subject!

  52. By princessjohnson
    On July 18, 2010 at

    reta,these trash are *jealous* of the smiths!
    they are so successful and teflon-coated!
    their kids are capitalizing on their privileged position and getting away with murder w/out falling on their cute faces (so far) and THESE TRASH CAN’T STAND IT!
    plenty of you all were raised to look down on people of color, especially african americans.
    so much so, you apparently can’t even bring yourselves to use that term.
    hahahaha
    jealous!
    i am laughing at you.
    i myself haven’t seen the smiths in anything since “a different world” and “fresh prince of bel air”, because i really don’t care for hollywood movies or cable
    but i have kept up with their staggering success thru entertainment sites like this one and i just have to la la la la la la laugh at all you jealous haters.
    it’s yourselves and your own families that you feel bad about, deep down inside.
    …AND STILL WE RISE!
    Black is beautiful; who’s The Man now?
    hahahahaha!

  53. By Reta
    On July 18, 2010 at

    princessjohnson: I’m sorry my dear, but you sound ignorant and one-sided. Yes, I think black is beautiful, and so is white and orange and purple and red polka dots! It’s NOT Will’s color that irks people if you’ll CAREFULLY reread the above posts, it’s the percieved attitude of “smugness” that comes across with him and his family, including the now second generation with the children.

    They have been on several shows promoting their projects and have NOT come off well, including red carpet events where they dress pretentiously for children. This is, of course, on the parents. Will & Jada either don’t pay attention to what the public preceives, or don’t care, either way, the results are not good for any of the Smiths. Add to that the negative press about their “religion” which has seriously damaged Tom Cruise’s career, and you have some definite box office poison.

    The Smiths SHOULD take notice of these effects on the public as the people are who give them their luxurious lifestyle. THIS is what the above people are trying to get thru to you, not that any of them are “jealous”. You must try to learn not to immediately go to that automatic response every time somebody black gets negatively discussed. We, as people can discuss others, of any race, without it being that we are “jealous”…we are just simply discussing the points made. It’s that simple.

  54. By princessjohnson
    On July 18, 2010 at

    hahahaha!

  55. By Reta
    On July 18, 2010 at

    Enjoy staying ignorant “princess” I’m sure that’ll get you far in life!

  56. By Sally
    On July 18, 2010 at

    Reta,

    Very well said! Thank you, you get what I was eluding to.

    Sebastian,

    (Sally, I love how irate people of our generations often get when the discussion of civility, behaving properly and improperly, and the concept of positive socialization is brought up.)

    Again, how is not liking somebody behaving improperly. My dear, take your meds and STFU. Stop whipping a dead horse. Nothing in my posts above mentioned any concept of socialization or showing any disrespect.

    I don’t like the Smiths and don’t care for any of their films or projects. Am not a fan, if that makes me a disrespectful then so it is.

  57. By XYZ
    On July 19, 2010 at

    No problem with that, but why the SMITHS? There are plenty other black/mixed actors much more suitable for these really hard roles. WILL sucks as STANLEY KOWALSKI, pls…. I for one think DENZEL would be just right for this.

  58. By strom
    On July 19, 2010 at

    Its as stupid as the Black Wizard of Oz!

  59. By Reta
    On July 19, 2010 at

    XYZ: Good choice, but I don’t think Denzel has the brutish quality nessessary for the Stanley role. You have to really KNOW that play and know the charactors. Casting is everything for a play or movie like this and they better do it justice or not even do it at all. There is absolutely NO reason to redo it in the first place, the original still stands up and is brilliantly acted, won several Oscars in fact. Too many classics get redone horribly. What I don’t understand is why they don’t just come out with fresh stories instead of canibalizing the classics. Give the writers of today a job and a challenge to create the classics of tomarrow.

  60. By Village
    On July 19, 2010 at

    As stupid as Wild Wild West.

  61. By Bu
    On July 21, 2010 at

    Will and Jada are just not all that good at acting. They are obnoxious people that have no humility. Their son is a know it all pill. The family is a big turn off to me and seemly others too.

  62. By Bu
    On July 21, 2010 at

    Blair Underwood should play STANLEY KOWALSKI… Blair is one of the most underrated actors!

  63. By Casonia Sade Logenberry
    On July 29, 2011 at

    I am really stuck on the old way of doing things and to take a real classic and attack it is going to take some doing and you have to be real good in order to nail that part and Will Smith I hated you in Wild Wild West and you really made that role suck..I know at that time Black Men where not treated that well and that was unreal to start off with. But in other roles much better and later but to do this role…You better be ready with emotions and feelings and really push yourself to tears to nail this role and good luck and take care.

  64. By Casonia Logenberry..Hells kitchen..Tommy Honey speak up and talk and take charge..I want you to stay on the show! Jennifer stop screwing up and double check your food first and Will keep your eye on the prize and don't let Drama get in your way and Pauly
    On September 7, 2011 at

    You have to make me cry in order for this show to really rock me out and it has the have the emotions and feelings in order for me to feel it. Give it all you have and really make the show sing. Give us many levels and really ride this story line to Death.

  65. By Casonia Logenberry...Hells kitchen pass winners should have rocked the Hell out of the show..Ben looked very sexy and in wonderful shape..He slim down? Tennile was talking about body bags and Trevor Bragged on being Relaxed and Calm and sweet little Jilli
    On September 10, 2011 at

    Make me cry and give me emotion and make me feel. Your taking a big risk and only time will tell?

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    On May 5, 2012 at

    Passions and feelings and emotion and love and lust all go together.

  67. By Sir Justin Jonluke Ross Feierabend
    On May 5, 2012 at

    No Matter what simply some people just look good together and as long as you feel and think it and want it! I love old fashion movies because my great grandmother loved this style of movie?

  68. By Sir Justin Jonluke Ross Feierabend
    On May 5, 2012 at

    There is a song that talks about?{Taking everything that is old and making it New Again?} But it is about taking something and making it work for today and twisting it and turning it to something that is yours!

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    This couple has there hand in everything and they want to open there hearts and souls to new ways of doing things but old thing can become new again and sometimes we have to look at are pass to come to the future but hey…Try everything once and see what is going to happen in life you never know!

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  • HOLD ONTO YOUR PANTIES, WE HAVE A DOUBLE DOSE OF GAYNESS TODAY! TWO HOLLYWOOD WHODUNITS!
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    This bad boy seems to have calmed down since he got serious about his former pornstar girlfriend and he has his friends wondering WHY. What’s so special about HER? We hear she keeps him satisfied by supplying her MALE porn costars for his entertainment. The bad boy pays each guy $5000 per visit so they are highly motivated to make him happy. It’s a family affair – the girlfriend watches while the bad boy fiddles around with the guys!

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