BSO- Another sex tape may be on the market. A woman named Barbara Mensah (70), who claims that she is the former girlfriend of boxing legend Muhammad Ali, has attempted to offer the sale of tapes that she alleges show the star at sex parties, according to Yahoo News. She wants a six-figure sum for the footage. She also claims that her daughter Kiiursti is the lovechild of Muhammad. She tells The Mirror”
Mensah goes on to explain where the action would take place:
“There would be Ali and a few of his guys and then about a dozen or more girls. All of them were stunning. Muhammad couldn’t keep away from a pretty girl whether he was married or not. The tape shows them having sex; they used to call them gumbo parties – it was a mix of everything.”
There's not many ways to screw up the release of a celebrity sex tape. Given the current state of everyone's sexuality you would be hard pressed to find a publication that didn't want to shell out 6 figures to get their hands on the promiscuity of the greatest boxer that ever lived. Something that rare is simply guaranteed to put AIDS to shame virally. There's no doubt it gets more clicks than a kid in a gorilla pit. It's inevitably getting shared more than hypodermic needles during the rip roaring 80's. In fact there is only one thing that could limit the spread of a video that would draw the all inquiring eye of every overly intrusive perv (myself included) with an internet presence in 2016, and that is waiting until the leading stick man is resting in peace. I know we have grown increasingly open erotically, but there's still something fucked up about watching a dead guy have sex. I am not saying people wouldn't do it. Hell, I am not even saying I wouldn't do it. I am saying that some people wouldn't do it, and that unquestionably limits it's price tag.
Although, I guess the fact that she waited until a man - that was so dilapidated in his final days - passed away before she started marketing it really speaks to how easily refutable it is that it's actually Muhammad Ali. In that sense, any profit is fair value.