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'CAT DADDY' RAPPER Please Don't Bust Me ...
THAT CHICK'S GONNA HAVE SEX WITH ME!!!
One of the guys behind the "Cat Daddy" dance craze got busted in L.A. -- but, the ONLY thing on his mind at the time of his arrest was getting some action from a chick he'd just met ... at 2 AM.
TMZ obtained this video of Jovan "Pee Wee" Clayton -- formerly a member of The Rej3ctz -- getting arrested early Thursday morning by bounty hunters. They told him they were hauling him in for an outstanding domestic battery warrant, but you gotta see the vid.
Pee Wee couldn't care less about the charge, he was laser-focused on Lima, the woman he met on Instagram but had finally just met in person ... right before the bounty hunters took him down.
When they told him they found 3 boxes of condoms in her truck, he fired back ... "I know!!! I was about to f**k the s**t outta her!" His tone changed drastically when they told him she also had a particular sex toy. Just watch.
Smut slinger dreams of AI software to create hardcore flicks with your face – plus other machine-learning news
Roundup It's a long weekend in England and Wales, with many Reg vultures taking time out and making the most of what's left of the quiet August month.
We haven't forgotten you, though, so here's a roundup of artificial intelligent software related tidbits.
Oh dear, a porn company wants to monetize the deepfakes craze: Hey, remember when internet perverts used AI to stitch famous people's faces onto the bodies of smut flicks, and generate X-rated vids of celebs, dubbed "deepfakes"? It sparked outrage, with people freaking out over this direction of deep-learning technology, and how it could be used by people with little or no coding background to craft almost believable bogus porno. Tools emerged to detect faked vids.
Everything We Know About Toronto’s New Sex Doll Brothel
Milan Christopher is selling a fleshlight molded from his very own brown star
Milan Christopher definitely knows how to hustle.
The hip hop artist/reality star just started hawking two new sex toys. The first is a 9-inch dildo molded from his very own penis. The second is a fleshlight molded from his very own, ahem, brown star.
Father of 11 stabbed to death protecting son from sneaker thieves
A Jersey City, N.J., man was killed while protecting one of his 11 children.
Family members told NJ.com that Jose "Migue" Malave was trying to ward off a teenager trying to rob his 8-year-old son of a pair of sneakers.
According to the publication, Malave's son had encountered a group of teens earlier that day who tried to steal the boy's shoes, but were unsuccessful.
The teens later showed up at the boy's home in the hopes that he had other nice things they could make off with, NJ.com reported.
NY Daily News
The Zakar Twins, Known for Their Racy YouTube Vids, Have a History of On-Camera Dick-Cloning (NSFW)
The gay Iraqi duo of Michael and Zach Zakar (aka the Zakar twins) have unabashedly used their own sexiness to become internet-famous: Their Instagram account is filled with thirst pics of the two hugging and lounging around in revealing undies, their public coming story involved them discovering the other’s homosexuality by fooling around with the same guy, they discussed selling their used underwear on public TV and Zach recently had his nude photos shared online (link NSFW). But earlier this year, two videos were self-published on their YouTube channel that had us standing at attention: the making of a Zakar Twins clone — of their own dicks.
Pint-sized persistence: Elizabeth Warren action figure fights the patriarchy from your pocket
If you've ever wanted to carry around a pocket-sized, persistent senator wherever you go, now's your big -- or, well, little -- chance.
A Kickstarter campaign to create an Elizabeth Warren action figure has raised over $71,000 as of Friday afternoon, far surpassing the campaign's original $15,000 goal. More than 2,000 people have donated since the campaign launched Tuesday.
"We expected it to do reasonably well ... literally the first day it did four times better than that," creator Jason Feinberg told CNN.