Scott Stapp Did Not Have “Sex” On Camera

November 24, 2009 / Posted by:

In 2006, a tape featuring Kid Pebble and Scott Stopp (on purpose typo) getting their used tampons sucked by a bunch of skanky groupies made the internet rounds. In a new interview with Spin Magazine (via HuffPo), the Christian banger says that he did not have sex in the biblical sense on tape. You know, because it isn’t considered “sex,” unless it’s in the missionary position, on your marital bed, with all the lights off and at least one of you are crying out of shame.

Scott told the magazine, “Well, there’s no sex on the sex tape. For it to get characterized that way, I mean, that kind of sucks.” I’ll say it sucks.

Do we really need someone to sit Scott down, hold his hand and tell him how this “sex” thing works? Scott is probably one of those fucktards who thinks that sticking the tip in and twerking the dick just a little doesn’t count as an intimate act. The bible says that when all else fails, just scream, “IT WAS JUST THE TIP!

Scott Stump (another OPT) went on to fart that getting a dick job next to Kid Rock made things a little awkward between them, “What sucks about that is Bob — Kid Rock — and I were friends. He’d been over to my house and we jammed and hung out. We were in Tampa playing with Metallica, and I walked into his trailer and there were some strippers. It’s a time in his life and a time in my life that we’d like to put behind us and not publicize because we have children now, and they’re in school, and their friends read. I know he was pretty pissed off at me when that came out. We haven’t sat down face-to-face. I did apologize to him that I didn’t just burn that thing. I thought that was a skeleton in the closet that would never find the light of day.”

But have they sat down face-to-ass? That was a trick question.

And in case you haven’t seen this, here’s the trailer for that never-released video of Scott and Kid Pebble not having sex with a bunch of strippers in a bus:

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