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Coolio: I Am Not Signed To A Porn Site But I Have A Song Called “Play With The P*ssy”

Coolio at Club 212 in Glasgow-1778137

(AllHipHop News) Coolio wants a few things to be clear: he’s not signed to a porn site, he has nothing ot prove to anyone but his banker and he doesn’t watch porn because he can make it himself. In a recent interview, Coolio denied rumors that he signed to PornHub and will be releasing an album through the porn site.

On Tuesday (July 22nd), TMZ reported that Coolio had signed a deal with porn site PornHub to release a new album through the site. According to Coolio in a recent interview with Rolling Stone, TMZ fabricated the story and not only is he not releasing an album through Pornhub but may never release another album again:

They made that sh*t up completely. I didn’t talk to them about shit and they didn’t ask me any questions. That shit was a fuckin’ promo song for the website. That’s it! I met some executive from Pornhub while he was out [in Las Vegas] for the AVNs. We hung out; he was cool. He asked me to do a song for Pornhub and that was it. It’s not even my song that I’m putting out. I’m never doing a new album.

Coolio admitted that he rarely spoke about sexual topics in his music in the past but with age has come a desire to indulge in his sexuality on songs. He says he recorded a song entitled “Play With The P*ssy” which he describes as a “PSA mixed into a clever, fun song” that instructs people to “Make sure you wash your hands/Before youuuuuu/Play with the p*ssy”.

Coolio shot the promo song for PornHub in Sherman Oaks, CA surrounded by porn stars. However, according to Coolio, the video shoot had to change its original location due to racism:

That was one of the most racist days I’ve ever experienced in my life. We were supposed to shoot the whole video at this lady’s house in Whittier, [California]. It’s a nice house in a beautiful neighborhood, but her neighbors called the cops because they saw black people going into the house. They filed a formal complaint and it was either, “Shut down the video or somebody’s going to jail.”

Check out Coolio’s full interview with Rolling Stone here.

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