Um, does anyone else think it's odd, and maybe even a little bit of a bummer, that Luke Campbell--the 2 Live Crew man whose horndog hip-hop was so controversial, it became the center of a landmark Supreme Court obscenity case--has now recast himself as a bumbling father on the VH1 reality show Luke's Parental Advisory?
That the pottymouthed lout behind the perennial stripclub anthem "Me So Horny" is now a doting TV dad, cautioning his impressionable young daughters not to earn bad reputations?
That the bootyrapper whose classic Dirty South album As Nasty As They Wanna Be featured a cover photo of gleamingly exposed female buttocks is now on thirtysomething-friendly VH1, expressing fatherly disapproval over the racy pics of his teen son's MySpace ladyfriends?
Of course, this cornball proud-papa schtick is nothing new. For years, the basic-cable airwaves have been clogged with plenty of "we're crazy but we love each other and take out the garbage like everyone else" dysfunctional-familyRead More »from Luke Campbell: “Me So Corny!”