June 5th, 2012 by faye
The new sexually explicit song by singer Brian McKnight which he recorded for an online porn company has been pulled from the website of YouTube.com, labeling that the porn song has “inappropriate content.”
According to reports, The 42-year-old Brian McKnight wrote a porn song for YouPorn.com as a way to express his gratitude to the web bosses after they helped him sell a tongue-in-cheek song that he released in April, entitled “If You’re Ready To Learn,” which offered sympathy to women who are not satisfied by their selfish lovers in the bedroom. The said porn song of Brian McKnight made its debut online last week, which was accompanied by a promo featuring girls in bikini. However, YouTube deemed that the video was too explicit to be released to the public, so they banned it from their website. Reports also said that the fans of Brian McKnight were quite upset about the topic of the song he wrote.
YouPorn executives posted a different version of the video — without the girls in bikinis this time — but that promo was also removed from YouTube.
YouPorn representative Corey Price told TMZ, “I can’t believe with all of the crazy content that is posted to YouTube on a daily basis that this video of all things is being pulled repeatedly! Apparently you can show videos of bomb making and people killing kittens, but a bunch of hot girls dancing around in YouPorn.com bikinis is outlawed.”
Brian McKnight, on the other hand, has assured his fans that the malicious tunes does not indicate his new musical direction – it was all part of a prank, he said.