“Roving gay reporter” Wayne Anderson wished the WOW Report a happy Fourth and sent us this letter to entertain us over our extended holiday. After adding NSFW photos and links, we forward it to you.
If I may, could I point you to a rather extra juicy debacle that is the talk of the gay porn world right now. It’s the story of two overly endowed porn stars and the battle royal that has broken out between the two of them. Chad Hunt, who is credited as being the Biggest Dick (literally) in the Gay Porn business, has recently broken all ties with his longtime boss, Michael Lucas (who “discovered” him). The bitter fallout came about recently when Mr Lucas began to groom a newcomer (no pun intented) named Ben Andrews, who is generously endowed himself. During an in-store promotional event at the Virgin Mega store in NYC held to promote Lucas Entertainment, Lucas, as well as several of his porn stars had a meet-and-greet and held a Q&A session with fans. One question from an audience member to Lucas was “Who is your ‘biggest’ star?” To which Michael replied “Ben Andrews.” This did not sit well with Hunt who has held the title for several years.
An argument ensued and Hunt left the event furious, vowing never to work for Lucas again. The heated disageement then flowed over into the blogs of both Lucas and Hedda Lettuce (who has recently been co-hosting several events with Lucas, including the Virgin Mega Store promotion). Hunt claims he had been purposely insulted and demeaned, and returned the favor by spewing insults about Lucas and his company. Lucas (always one to turn lemons into promotional lemonaide) responded by posting video clips of the two stars together in action, and setting up a website entitled WhoseIsBigger.com so that viewers and fans could vote on who they deemed the worthy title holder. Age old questions about width versus lenght ensued. Ben Andrews seems to have won the voting contest, but the jury still seems to be out and the title remains up for grabs. The full monty on this story is at www.lucasblog.com and scroll down to the beginning of the brouhaha starting with the June 23 posting.
– Wayne Anderson