If you haven’t seen this by now then you might not be gay. Light up, watch, laugh, and go about your day with a smile. Laugh, it’s good for you.
How can you not love the bitchy, fishy, fashion whore, Willam? I mean the bitch barfed on RuPaul’s stage (I can’t think of anything more glamorous) and then pulled her shit together, and tight, just in time to be kicked off the show because of a conjugal visit with her man during taping. When you need it, you need it. Go get it.
Speaking of getting it… I’m going to just go ahead and put it out there that the guy with the unicorn head and matching belt is totally having me taking some really deep pulls on this blunt that’s burning between my lips right now.
The newest video for Willam and Rhea Litré’s panty-dropping, leg-spreading new single Let’s Have a KaiKai.
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Los Angeles, CA – 9/4/2012 – Recording Artist, Actress and star of RuPaul’s Drag Race, Willam releases “Let’s Have A KaiKai” with West Hollywood’s Fiercest Diva and TranzKuntinental Bandmate, Rhea Litré. “Let’s Have A KaiKai” is a parody of Scissor Sisters hit single “Let’s Have A KiKi” released on the “Magic Hour” Album. Willam says, “As part of my volunteer efforts with the LA Gay & Lesbian Center, I’ve been big broth…sistering youngsters who may or may not have some major prostititutional leanings in their past. Rhea Litre and I wanted to show them that sex, including the once taboo “KaiKai,” is OK and is nothing to be ashamed about, especially when it’s used as a tool to get drink tickets. This is their song -The ones in the askew wigs at Donut Time or spitting as they emerge from behind Shakey’s Pizza with a fellow queen. Say it with me- LET’S HAVE A KAIKAI.” The song was approved by the Scissor Sisters’ frontman himself, Jake Shears, when he visited the videos set. Willam adds, “The fact that we weren’t being sued was great but the surprise visit made this kaikai even more satisfying.”
“KaiKai” was written by, Rhea Litré, Willam Belli and Mike Munich. “Let’s Have A KaiKai” was produced downtown in Los Angeles by Markaholic. Bongos By: Francisco DeCun (Tru Cisco) The Music Video was Directed By: Shawn Adeli at Robertson Nightclub in West Hollywood and features some of LA’s top Drag Queens like, famed Porn Director and DJ, Chi Chi Larue. Other Drags included: KiKi Xtravaganza, Anderson Brooks, Allusia, Misty Violet, ChaCha Cache, Mercedez Elektra among others.
When asked why there was no real KaiKai in the Music Video Rhea adds, “We didn’t want to make everyone throw up or ‘DieDie’, this is a fun video and party song that we wanted everyone to actually dance to and enjoy. The Production of both the song and the video speaks for itself. Lets take it to the Dancefloor #AweYeah.”
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