I’m thinking back to fifth grade when I broke up with my girlfriend one week before Valentine’s Day. It’s not like it was going to last or anything — what a prude she was — so I figured I’d go ahead and cut bait before I had to spend money on a gift for her. I wasn’t going to buy her anything lavish, maybe some flowers and a card or some bullshit little charm for her charm bracelet or something, but I saved about $30 or so, and a 10 or 11-year-old kid can go wild with 30 extra bucks in his pocket.
I treated it like found money and went out and bought myself some baseball cards and some Fun Dip and had myself a fucking ball. It was like a fifth grade crisis. I went apeshit on that Fun Dip, too.
Well, my story is kind of like the one involving billionaire Stewart Rahr, except instead of celebrating his divorce with baseball cards and Fun Dip, Rahr filmed himself balls deep in three different women in the back of a limousine, then sent copies to all his contacts, because I guess that’s how scumbag billionaires celebrate stuff.
From the New York Post:
The hard-partying self-titled “King of All Fun” — perhaps too enthusiastically celebrating his $250 million divorce from his wife, Carol, after 43 years — pinged out a porn video of himself frolicking with three young women in the back of a limousine during the early hours of Monday, Page Six can exclusively reveal.
In the clip we’ve seen, the orange-faced pharmaceutical mogul can be heard murmuring appreciatively and urging the three brunettes to perform sex acts on each other. The short-skirt-wearing women comply with gusto, making out before moving onto more explicit acts, which Rahr, 67, closely films. The song “I Don’t Care, I Love It” can be heard in the background. He then sent out the sex tape to scores of outraged New Yorkers with the message, “What a trip, what a crew!”
One recipient of the video claimed it put “Kim Kardashian’s video to shame.” I don’t doubt it. This guy’s creep factor is off the charts. Oh, and killer sunglasses, bro.
[via New York Post]
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