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Giant Black Greeze Butts 2

Released: Oct 01st, 2006
Running Time: 150
Director: Jacob Jewel
Company: Evasive Angels Entertainment
Cast: Chocolate Stallion, Tinah Taboo, Kitty (I), Nathan Threat, Aymee Austynn, Charlie Macc, Sean Michaels, Cherokee (I)
Critical Rating: AAA 1/2
Genre: Gonzo

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Critical Rating: AAA 1/2

With their sexual thirst being the only thing larger than their butts, five black ladies greeze themselves up and have at it with long black dicks. Cherokee's buns rock so heavy, Sean Michaels steps away from his doggy style banging so the camera can pick up the quaking unobstructed. Chocolate Stallion accepts anal somewhere between those cheeks, but it's Tinah Taboo who can smother a man alive with all her love.

The title certainly tells the tale with this release. Not only are the butts giant and black, but the oil's glimmer and sheen accentuates the size of the asses and their every nook and cranny. Utilizing camera angles and sex positions, the viewer really witnesses the shaking of all the asses and how the law of inertia even applies to the human anatomy. The male cast sports cocks plenty large enough to navigate through all those curves.

Retailing: Find the shelf grease and slide into the big black butt section.


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Kitty (I)
Aymee Austynn
Sean Michaels
Chocolate Stallion
Nathan Threat
Charlie Macc
Cherokee (I)
Tinah Taboo
Jacob Jewel


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