Thursday, March 13, 2008

Another song from Ashley Dupré

“Sex, money, drugs is what I’m all about...”

Ashley Alexandra Dupré, the call girl at the center of the Eliot Spitzer scandal, removed the streaming song “What We Want” from her MySpace page.

Now, that track – plus another one, “Move Ya Body” – are on sale (for 98 cents apiece) to registered customers of

But let me tell ya... if you didn’t like the first one, you really won’t like this new one. (Insert your own clever wordplay on “sucks” here.)

I am streaming it on my Vox audio stash anyway. Click here to hear “Move Ya Body.”

Now come on, you generous spirits. Help this young lady get her music career going. Otherwise, she’ll have to go back to work for this dude:


Thembi said...

Theres something about a grown man whose name appears in the credits of some of my favorite shows telling me to come back to blogging that makes me do it EVERY TIME ;)

By the way, what's funny about this broad is that I'm sure she has parents and friends and maybe even a boyfriend who had no idea she was ho'n. Hilarious.

Dougfp said...

This girl was living on the streets at 17. How hard do you think it was to get in her pants then? But dress her up, give her seven "diamonds" and some idiot like Spitzer is suddenly paying thousands of dollars to get what she was giving away for free just a few years before.

What suckers men are!

Bklyn6 said...

What makes her snatch so golden? Weren't there other hookers involved? They must be pissed that they're not getting their 15 minutes.

Undercover Black Man said...

There's a lesson in marketing here, Doug. I think part of what people pay for with these high-priced "escort" services is mystique.

I heard a rumor in recent years that a girl I went to high school with was running a high-end call girl service aimed at black professionals.

I need to track down homegirl... get her to tell me some tales.

Undercover Black Man said...

What makes her snatch so golden?

Yeah, Bklyn6... right place, right time.

But I would still be bragging, if I was her: "Back up, bitches. My shit is serious. I got that career-destroying pussy!"

Undercover Black Man said...

Oh... and Thembi's back! Welcome back, Thembi.

dez said...

I need to track down homegirl... get her to tell me some tales.

Mm-hmm, you just want to hear her "tales" ;-)

Undercover Black Man said...

^ Sheeeeit. You know how many donuts I can buy with $5,500?

bjk said...

Let a girl make some money. As far as I know the song is her property. Of course, that didn't stop me from listening to your feed, but still.

Undercover Black Man said...

BJK: I'm pointing people to where they can buy it. That's called free advertising. I'm doing her a favor.

Lola Gets said...

No you do not have that Eddie Murphy video up! Noooo!