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22 April 2008 12 Comments

This nineties one-hit hip-hopper looks good enough that I’d holla if he didn’t have a few kids.

UPDATE: Kim nailed it with the first guess. This is Candyman who hit big with “Knockin Boots.” I had to look him up because I heard the song on the “Adult Contemporary” station and I just felt so old. It came out in 1990, which is the year that many of this year’s first-time voters were born. Also, who says “knockin’ boots” anymore? Anyways he looks just the same except at least he’s ditched the overalls with the fanny pack.


  • Kim said:

    Is that Candyman?

  • Lola Gets said:

    Dammit, Im not playing this game, dammit! You never come back and tell us who the hell these people are! Starting right now, I dont give a crap.

    Um…is it…er…hell Iont know, lol.


  • Thembi said:

    I do come back! You have to read the update!

  • hottnikz said:

    Kim beat me it is Candyman,lol. Thembi don’t tell me you were crushing on him. My aunt was madly in love with this man, and he was only on the scene for about 15 minutes!

  • Lola Gets said:

    Ooh, ok, I see it now, I’s sorry.


  • justjudith said:

    that’s candyman — that song was kinda hot. but can he still be living off of the proceeds????

  • Malcolm said:

    Candyman’s name was on the tip of my tongue, but wouldn’t fall off of it.

  • THE 78' MS. J said:

    Hey thembi you’ve been tagged

  • THE 78' MS. J said:

    Hey thembi you’ve been tagged

  • LaJane Galt said:


    Adult Contemporary

    *puts noose around neck*

  • Thembi said:

    @lajane galt

    Adult Contemporary = US

    They also play Heavy D and Arrested Development…why bother with suicide when we’re already so old?

  • Kim said:

    Yeah! I won. Where’s my prize :-)!!

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