Who Wants To Learn How To Booty Pop For The Pipe?

I have volunteered some lovely folks to teach us…

Everyone meet our teachers…

[youtube=http://www.youtube.com/watch?feature=player_embedded&v=8YGSpW8GQQk]

…. so, uh, who is going first?

sidebar: they all have nice cheeks.
is this from pipe… or just from working out?

Author: jamari fox

the fox invited to the blogging table.

39 thoughts on “Who Wants To Learn How To Booty Pop For The Pipe?”

  1. Idk why but this is too funny for me!! And why do people feel like getting dicked down makes your butt big? Also I will leave all the popping and locking for those under the age of 25!

  2. That said, is this the type of shit wolves go for? Do I need to do this in the club to get some attention because if so, count me the fuck out.

    I’m too masculine to ever actually do that shit in public.
    In the bedroom is where I put on my shows with an audience of one and that’s exactly where it’ll stay. Everyone loves dinner and a movie.

    1. All of this is way too extra for me. If I had to choose one it would be the one in the middle who went last though. Lol

      I don’t know…watching a dude dance like that does nothing for me…maybe if it was a slower body roll type of dance maybe? I get excited when watching the twerk team though.

  3. #whoisjamarifox :
    ^not even Dreads?!

    No.ass.

    He had on really small underwear and has big thighs.
    Which is giving the illusion of an ass.
    But I know an ass when I see one and that was not it.

    …and for the record, his rhythm bothered the hell out of me.

  4. JAY :
    All of this is way too extra for me. If I had to choose one it would be the one in the middle who went last though. Lol
    I don’t know…watching a dude dance like that does nothing for me…maybe if it was a slower body roll type of dance maybe? I get excited when watching the twerk team though.

    Yeah. I’ll definitely watch the Twerk Team and I rather slow grind on a wolf than do all that gyrating. That’s not my style at all.

    Sounds like Jay was made for me.

  5. I admit, I got a lil excited cuz I’m horny & haven’t had any in a while. These ‘boys’ would be nothing but sex to me…late at night, don’t call me in the daytime.

    But like Random said, there’s not much azz there – shorty in the boxers maybe.

    I’d rather wine to some reggae…red lights in the basement

  6. JAY :
    Alright now Random. You better stop throwing it at me before I catch it! Lol

    If only your catcher’s mitt is big enough. 😉

  7. YngBlkWolf :
    I admit, I got a lil excited cuz I’m horny & haven’t had any in a while. These ‘boys’ would be nothing but sex to me…late at night, don’t call me in the daytime.
    But like Random said, there’s not much azz there – shorty in the boxers maybe.
    I’d rather wine to some reggae…red lights in the basement

    Reggae? What you know about dancing to some reggae?

  8. SSSoooooo i went to college with the one with the dreads back in ATL. We share a few mutual friends so I’ve met her and shes actually really nice and very caring. Shes really thick and her body is AMAZING in person. All these people talking about she doesn’t have an ass do NOT know what they’re talking about. She can dance her ass off in the club too. I remember them saying she was a slut but with a body like that i totally understand how that’s so. I’d be lying if i said i didnt do this with my friends whenever we get together and there’s music playing. I also do a little of this when i go to club and we’re having a good time lol.

  9. YngBlkWolf :
    What I know? Boy please…I can show you a few things; come back it up & show me your dutty wine…

    Sounds like I need to be on the next plane to DC.

  10. omg007 :
    Lol me n my friends do it as well or buck in private. I think it’s the fact of going to a HBCU

    You know, I never thought of it like that. If i never attended an HBCU i don’t think i ever would have heard about New Orleans bounce and subsequently seen someone do it in person. I can’t dance to the extent that they do but i cant seem to get the technique right but i do my thing. Omg, which one did you attend?

    1. GSU ALL DAY!!! That stayes on here lol. And I’m from New Orleans and its nothing to it. I just don’t do it. What college did u attend?

      1. Lol I’m a Morehouse Man. I’ve always wondered what the larger, public HBCU’s are like? We don’t really hear much about you all outside of your bands. I’d imagine the men were more attractive although very few (since most HBCU students are predominately women). There’s an air of elitism at the private HBCU’s who sit at the top of the college rankings. I support the attendance of all HBCU’s though. I wouldn’t trade my experience for anything.

      2. Wow we have something in commin 2 hbcu grads. But I figured the men at morehouse were better for 3 reasons 1 it’s in atl and 2 it’s a all male school. And yes I fully support the enrollment at all hbcus no matter where they are. The story’s I have of good ole Grambling are some of the best and worst but I wouldent trade them for the world. Know what kills me is the people who say they will never go to a hbcu… They usually go nowhere lol what’s it like going to a hbcu in a big city. Cause u know Grambling is Grambling

  11. omg007 :
    Wow we have something in commin 2 hbcu grads. But I figured the men at morehouse were better for 3 reasons 1 it’s in atl and 2 it’s a all male school. And yes I fully support the enrollment at all hbcus no matter where they are. The story’s I have of good ole Grambling are some of the best and worst but I wouldent trade them for the world. Know what kills me is the people who say they will never go to a hbcu… They usually go nowhere lol what’s it like going to a hbcu in a big city. Cause u know Grambling is Grambling

    Black people who say they will never attend an HBCU typically have something against African-American-ness and their culture. They seek to push against it by doing the opposite. They often seek the favor of those in the white world simply because they have internalized the white supremacist mentality that plagues anything colonization touched. Whats interesting is that despite not wanting to go to an HBCU, when they do attend PWIs, Black students often self-segregate into black groups (i.e. black student unions, D9 greek life, etc) anyway as a coping mechanism for the invalidating, hostile, and often ignorant environment that PWI’s often possess. Research also shows that black students at PWI’s experience greater levels of isolation, alienation, personal-dissatisfaction, and overt racism. Does that sound like a place you’d REALLY wanna be?

    Let’s not even get into the black student athletes; athletics being the reason a lot of these schools have some sort of notoriety to begin with. For example: ” ..at the University of Kentucky, only 31 percent of the African-American basketball players graduate compared to 100 percent of the white players. At 25 percent, University of Connecticut’s graduation rate for black players is abysmal. Again, 100 percent of their white basketball players graduate.”

    But yeah, going to school in ATL probably heightened my overall experience. There were always things to do in the city to the point where you could go clubbing Wednesday to Tuesday. There were cultural events and other things for students to experience outside of campus. There were a bunch of other schools in the area to go interact with (Emory, GSU, Ga Tech, etc) although most of us in the Atlanta University Center (AUC) sort of stuck to our three campuses. It allowed to for students to venture out and experience adult life students who go to schools in small towns don’t get to experience until they graduate and move elsewhere. But more specifically, going to school in ATL gave black gay students a crash course in “the life” because the black gay culture there is so prominent. I am the person I am today because of my college experience that allows me to spit out all the things i do on here.

    1. You also forgot that up until the late 60s if a black person was to do much as look at one of these white schools they would be jailed or beat. Dude I think that’s another thing about attending a hbcu u learn the truth about our country’s educational system. There was a HBO special called breaking the huddle and it talked about the first blacks in the sec. It was all bull shit but it made one called point. The old Alabama coach was told by a racest white man that “maybe you can win some games if you had some of dem niggas on to team” and look what we have today. And majority of our atheists came from pwi and they said if you don’t start you loose your scholarship and they kick you out. So I’m really not that sorry for some of these athletes. I can tell someone was a political science major lol

      So that’s what it’s like goin to a city hbcu. Well a country hbcus are just about the same then only thing is you have to make your own fun but that is fun in its self. We had the hole in the wall clubs and house party’s for days. Hell at one time Grambling was a party school my freshman year. From Wednesday to Sunday was when the party happend. Then ofcourse our games on Saturday would be the shit cause as you know Grambling is the shit it football and our band is kick ass. I find it funny at white schools on game day they wear school colors and paint themselves. As you know on game day especially home comming you better dress to impresses fuck dem colors lol. Oh and my highest times in my life were at Grambling lol. Since we had to make our fun there was weed everywhere.

      This Spanish friend of mine who went to la tech was literally scared to come on our campus. She just knew she was gona get robbed or beat up and that we don’t go to class at all. I invited her to one of our poetry nights, campus ministry’s, and just a day of kicking it on the yard. After that I couldent loose her ass she was always comming and she apologized saying I had no idea I just heard stories from white people

      1. There are some nonHBCUs that have diverse campuses and high minority rates. I do agree with you two on the athlete topic, but I think the issue lies within us as individuals. You have to have the DRIVE to want to crack open a book and study the week’s lecture notes. I lot of African Americans don’t really see education as a key to success. I was lucky to have parents that drilled it into me.

      2. I imagine that everything was centralized onto campus when one’s school is in the middle of nowhere. I do sometimes wonder if that’s actually better because being in isolation forces you to get to know the people you go to school with and create a stronger campus experience.

        Football games were strictly about half-time. Once the band got back in the stands it’s time to go. I think its the same at all HBCU’s honestly. What i can appreciate though about going to a single-sex institution was that i got to see what black men are REALLY like. Got to hear them be completely honest about their views of everything. Fysh would be shocked at some of the things that come out of their mouths when there’s a group of men together in one room. And it put less focus on dressing up too. Sure, a lot of the time you’d see boys in suits and nice outfits and such but a lot of the students were very casual (lots of basketball shorts and sweat pants) because there were no fysh around to impress or compete for. Clark-Atlanta, the co-ed institution however, is “Gucci University.” I know Howard is the same way as well where one will be late to class simply because their outfit isn’t put together.

        I would have to say my fondest memories are from my time living on campus in the dorms and just sitting on the yard being with people who were just like myself.

  12. BnNC :
    There are some nonHBCUs that have diverse campuses and high minority rates. I do agree with you two on the athlete topic, but I think the issue lies within us as individuals. You have to have the DRIVE to want to crack open a book and study the week’s lecture notes. I lot of African Americans don’t really see education as a key to success. I was lucky to have parents that drilled it into me.

    o had a mother who drove me to study as well. and im not saying all pwi schools im just saying about the people who down HBCUs and have never been to one and compare them to white schools. but i agree with black people not seeing education as important. if i see another rapper/model ima die

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