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I Can't Believe You Sucked a Negro!

Released: Apr 30th, 2008
Running Time: 112 Min.
Directors: Grip Johnson, Cram Johnson
Company: Chatsworth Pictures
Distribution Companies: JM Productions
DVD Extras: Behind the Scenes, Biography(ies), Fetish Menus, Still Gallery(ies), Trailer(s)
Cast: Holly Wellin, Lee Bang, Alexa Benson, D. Snoop, Emma Cummings, Payton Leigh, Byron Long, Guy DiSilva, Lindsay Kay, Devlin Weed, Charley Chase
Critical Rating: AAAA
Genre: Gonzo

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Have you ever imagined yourself happily married? It's time to wake up, loser. Negroes are claiming white women and a wedding band is not going to stop them from fucking your beloved wife's head. So pull out your tiny limp cock and prepare for your grim future.

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Critical Rating: AAAA

Grip & Cram Johnson own the cuckold genre and with the release of I Can't Believe You Sucked a Negro! they are taking the genre to a whole new level.

In previous cuckold releases a husband would sit by miserably while his hot wife and another man fucked each other and teased him. In this release the viewer is the cuckold. So while Holly Wellin has Rock's jizz dripping off her chin, the both of them are pointing at the camera, laughing at you.


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JM Productions
Chatsworth Pictures
Payton Leigh
Charley Chase
Guy DiSilva
Emma Cummings
Lee Bang
Devlin Weed
Byron Long
D. Snoop
Holly Wellin
Lindsay Kay
Alexa Benson
Grip Johnson
Cram Johnson


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