Akon's "Sorry, Blame It On Me" video is pretty funny.
He actually wants us to feel sorry for him.
You see, it wasn't his fault that he simulated sex on stage with a 14-year-old girl.
Blame the girl's father. It's his fault that he let his underage daughter out to go clubbin'.
Blame Club Zen for letting the young girl in the 21-and-over club in the first place.
And don't forget Verizon. After the incident in Trinidad the leading telecom company changed its popular slogan to I Bet You Can't Hear Me Now when they pulled the sponsorship plug on Gwen Stefani's Sweet Escape tour which featured Akon as a supporting act.
Man. I can't wait for Paul Mooney's Judge Mooney show to make its debut on BET. I will be submitting this one for trial.
Come on Akon. You have some valid points, but no excuses accepted here. I'll admit that some of these 14-year-old girls can pass for legal age, but the purple Dora The Explorer backpacks should be a dead giveaway.
Can I suggest you make a "Sorry, Blame It On Me (Remix)" for Gwen Stefani? That was her Verizon money that went down the drain.