All Eyez On Me: Rating The Best/Worst Rock & Rap Sex Tapes (NSFW)
This week, we found out that a sex tape featuring Tupac Shakur exists, made in 1991 just five years before his fatal shooting in Las Vegas. Shakur's estate is the only entity that can release an item with the late rapper's likeness involved, and his mother Afeni Shakur is unlikely to allow a video of her dead son receiving oral sex from a female party guest to hit the market.
It's fitting, though, that even 15 years after his death we are hearing about a Shakur sex tape, considering the glut of music that his estate continued to release. From 1997 until 2006, you could expect a new Shakur album at least every holiday season.
In the clip making the rounds, Shakur is reportedly seen holding a cocktail in one hand and a blunt in the other, happily rapping along to his own music at a party while getting head from a groupie. Money B from Digital Underground comes by and talks and cuts up with Shakur during the act. It cuts off before intercourse - or climax - happens between the groupie and Shakur, though.
Rockers seem to be the best at recording their precious sexual moments, and the preponderance of them, especially in the '90s, probably only scratches the surface of how many other ones may exist in vaults. We can only imagine the treasures in the Spice Girls and Jamiroquai coffers.
Today it's not unusual to get a leaked picture of some poor rock star's genitals or breasts on tabloid sites. Remember when Paramore's Hayley Williams accidentally tweeted a topless photo, or the pee-pee pics of Michael Stipe just days before his band's split? Oh, another topic for another blog, friends...
We are here to rank the best rock star sex tapes - the ones that we know exist, at least. Join us, won't you?
Two EP's and some shitty singles makes you a musician in the 21st century, right? Good.
Nobody gets too much heaven no more. It's much harder to come by.
Sadly the Stappman and the Early Mornin' Stoned Pimp didn't cross swords on camera.
It's gonna take more than cold gin to get this video of Simmons and this hard-luck woman out of your head.
This one was never conclusively confirmed to be Hendrix, but it still sold. It really looks like someone in the '70s just made a Hendrix porn parody with some other black dude and forgot about the footage.