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1 comments | Monday, February 07, 2011

It was the would-be Super bowl ad that went viral. "The Sauna" featuring a ripped and sweaty Black man and a seemingly not-so-shy Caucasian admirer sent the internet into a frenzy last week with it's gay overtones.

George King, the man who became the object of affection for his Dorito's co-star and thousands of admirers who viewed the ad recently spoke exclusively to No More Down Low TV.

The Los Angeles based personal trainer responds to the negative criticism he's received from some in the LGBT community who believes the ad perpetuates the stereotype of black male hyper-sexuality. King, who has no ambition of becoming a professional actor, agreed to do the spot as a favor to a friend and has no regrets about his participation.

While he admits his phone hasn't been ringing off the hook with offers to do more commercials he has enjoyed a surge in Facebook friend requests. And oh...I'm sure his many male admirers will love the fact that King is openly gay and has been since the age of 19. How can you not love a man who is attractive, fit, and comfortable in his own skin? And he's single too boys.

Get into No More Down Low TV's exclusive interview with George King below:

Thanks Calvin!


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The brotha is double fine!! Shame on Hollywood for not utilizing King. If if were a white actor, we would have seen him rise to fame. It's a crime how black males are not celebrated in any manner close to their white counterparts in the US, despite their beauty, intelligence or talent.

March 27, 2015 5:37 PM


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