Cocky Boys, promoting its new series Kiss•Hug•Fuck•Love, has released a short music video. The song was written by Justin Matthews, who also appears in the series. His voice isn't that bad. His song writing skills? Well, you be the judge ...
Apparently JP Morgan Chase Bank has a problem with people who make a living in the porn industry. Recently, it has sent out hundreds of letters to porn stars advising them that their accounts would be closed early next month.
“We recently reviewed your account and determined that we will be closing it on May 11, 2014,” the letter reads. “Please accept our apologies for the inconvenience. ... We want you to have enough time to complete pending transactions and open an account at another bank."
Last year Marc Greenberg, founder of the soft porn studio MRG Entertainment, had a similar issue with Chase. He accused the bank of violating fair lending laws after it refused to underwrite a loan for “moral” reasons.
For a bank that received a $12 billion bailout in 2008 from the US Government, maybe it should focus a little more on the business of banking and a little less on morality.