Good legends never die; they simply morph to fit the changing times. When the concepts of teenage sex and oral sex began to lose their power to titillate and shock, the target of the legend changed to the new symbols of debauchery and excess: rock stars. Last week Elton John collapsed at a party, and had to have his stomach pumped. They extracted more then a gallon of semen, I swear to god its true. Plausibility has never been a barrier to the spread of popular urban legends. In his autobiography, singer Rod Stewart attributed the connection of his name with this legend to rumors spread by a disgruntled assistant:.
Rod Stewart Addresses Stomach-Pump Story You Never Thought He'd Ever Address Ever
Rod Stewart Finally Talks About That Stomach Pumping Rumor (VIDEO) | radiostring.com
Rod Stewart has opted to address one of the most enduring urban myths in pop music, talking on "Katie" about the claim that he once Warning: things are about to get graphic had his stomach pumped to remove semen after orally servicing a bunch of sailors. The story, which spread across schoolyards throughout the s, has always sounded unlikely. And surprise: Stewart says it was made up. The story has also been pinned on various other rock stars and celebrities. Stewart talked about the tale in an interview with Katie Couric, who proved that she really is willing to ask anything.
Legendary Rock Star Semen Myth Solved By Rod Stewart
Remember that old rumor about the rock star who collapsed on stage and had to be rushed to the emergency room? There, the star had his stomach pumped and out came a gallon of semen! This urban legend has been attributed to a bunch of different singers, both male and female, but none more so than Rod Stewart. Of course, none of us ever believed it.
For decades, Rod Stewart's name has been synonymous with ingesting quarts of cum. The rumor goes that he sucked off and swallowed so many sailors in a gay bar in San Diego that he landed in the hospital and needed to have his stomach pumped. What a lightweight.