Brian McKnight admits that he was “crazy” for pu**y when he wrote that freaky sneaky coochie song the other day.
“I’ve been home for a month … I’ve got this boot on my foot. I’m like a month away from Achilles tendon surgery, so I’ve been stuck in the house.”
Brian added, the song “isn’t for everyone. It’s a parody. I’m having fun because basically I have nothing else else to do.”
The song, entitled “If You’re Ready To Learn” is also fast becoming the hottest thing on and off-line these days.
Fellow crooner Tank has called him out for being “disrespectful” to his fans by releasing the tune, while the adult industry is salivating just THINKING about the money they can make from the connection.
“That’s not how you talk you to a woman!” said Tank while promoting his upcoming album on the WGCI Morning show on Wednesday.
“First of all he’s 57 years old with a mohawk… It was the old dude at the club trying to holla at the 21 year olds.” (READ MORE)
While McKnight’s peers have make comments about the song being inappropriate, he actually seems to be winning with all the free press and the adult entertainment industry is especially interested in grabbing a piece of the action.
According to TMZ:
…the singer was just asked to perform his new X-rated song at the OSCARS OF PORN … aka the AVN awards … and that’s just the tip of the XXX iceberg.
Sources tell TMZ, AVN offered to fly McKnight out for the lavish awards gala in Vegas next January — where he’d perform his new jam “If You’re Ready to Learn,” the adult-themed song that went viral on Tuesday … containing the lyrics, “Let me show you how your p***y works.”
AVN isn’t the only p*rn company chomping at the bit to get some McKnight action, several popular adult sites have reached out to the singer because of the song and one in particular has even sought to license McKnight’s freaky tune for its website’s background music.
McKnight on the other hand, isn’t too keen on partnering with the p*rno industry, stating:
“I don’t know what specifically I will do with this track in the future … and I don’t see myself ever performing it live, but I am flattered that people have embraced it and are having as much fun with it as I am.”