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Not So “Spectacular”: Kiely Williams, Black Erotics, and Sexual Responsibility

By Sexual Correspondent Andrea (AJ) Plaid

I hang—and I mean hang—out on Twitter, usually hearing from and conversing with the left-leaning, boho-y, news-and-views types.  Through them I get the latest pop-culture stink, like a former Cheetah Girl making a song and video about a drunken one-night stand.

Beyond the usual calls for the singer and her creative team to be banished, I thought Kiely Williams went up to them personally and shat all over their teddy bears and baby blankets, the way some people tsk-tsked about this former child star shaking her behind:

…haven’t seen the video, but the fact that she’s a former Cheetah Girl makes it even worse IMO.

The more generous critiques tsk-tsked that Williams’ people need to come and get her, if they could.

Everyone needs EVERYONE. Balance. [L]ook at Kiely, [T]hat girl could use her daddy, may he rest.

With all this thumbs-downing, I had to experience it for myself.


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