The 1990s were filled with many unforgettable TV moments — the O.J. Simpson trial, Douglas V.S. Tyson, Bill Clinton’s “I did not have sexual relations with that woman” statement, Larry Johnson’s four-point play — but the archivists at the Skate.ly Library recently unearthed the most legendary one of all.
During the late-90s, before MTV became a reality show network, they had a dating show called The Blame Game in which ex-couples embarassed themselves for a chance to win a Cancun vacation. In this particular episode, C. Fro and his ex-boo explained the definition of a “pro ho” to mainstream America, explored human uses for bearing lubricant, related the heartbreak of being left for a pro snowboarder, and recounted their shared experiences of rave after-parties and wild nights of passion in San Diego.
If Rick Ross could be ousted as a former corrections officer and still maintain his status as one of rap’s most reliable summertime hit-makers, there is no reason why memories of bad MTV show appearances and a history of gargoyling should affect young C. Fro’s popularity in light of masterful recent video parts like this one.
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