Surprise! NakedSword Removes And Replaces Scene With White Supremacist Cameron Diggs
I believe people should want to be proud of who they are and where they come from. its like they say… your a product of your environment. I feel like we are suppose to continue our race and our culture. thats why our parents teach us their values and principals, its a part of your heritage. when it comes to having kids i prefer to stay inside my race. Its nothing hateful towards any race its just what i believe. Why is that so wrong?
In a last minute move that is undoubtedly a response to the controversy, NakedSword has pulled the Mickey Taylor/Cameron Diggs scene from release tomorrow, and they’ve replaced it with a scene that was not shot as part of the International Playboys series. It stars Ken Rodeo and Brute Club, and was filmed just last month in San Francisco, as part of a completely different series. (Good thing these mostly dialog-free scenes can be easily swapped in and out of series without affecting the plots.)
Brute Club and Ken Rodeo were of course never listed as stars of International Playboys, but NakedSword slapped some watermarks on these images and re-cut a trailer just in time for this week’s release.
On a completely unrelated note, is Brute Club still threatening lawsuits against people who use his full name, Brute Club, which he claims was “sold” to a “music group”? For NakedSword’s sake, I sure hope not! Maybe Brute Club’s fantasy copyright law only applies to dumb bloggers.[NakedSword: Brute Club Fucks Ken Rodeo]
Despite being replaced by Brute Club and Ken Rodeo, photos and a description of the Cameron Diggs/Mickey Taylor scene are still up on NakedSword, as are Cameron Diggs’ two previous NakedSword scenes. Following the white supremacist tattoo controversy earlier this month, CockyBoys removed the one Cameron Diggs scene they had on their site. It’s not clear if Diggs has additional unreleased scenes with NakedSword, Raging Stallion, or any other studio.