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A DEANTE YOUNG publication
LOOKING BACK: HOW MICHAEL JACKSON'S DEATH AFFECTED 'A DATE WITH DEANTE'
DEANTE SHOW RETURNS FOR 5TH SEASON
PLUS: 18 YEARS AFTER THE CRIMES HE GOT AWAY WITH; A LOOK AT O.J. SIMPSON'S DIRTY TRUTH NOWADAYS
Letter From The Editor
Happy June, everyone! This is a very exciting month for me as you all know, since we will be going into our 5th season of that little video series that we do called a Date with Deante. I think I speak for everyone here at Dirty Truth Films when I say that I'm shocked at how time has just flown by. As always, it will be a challenge to continue to make the series a groundbreaking slice of entertainment, but we are all up for that challenge. Part of being successful is being, not only proficient in adapting and evolving, but to actually thrive on the chaos and frustration that actually comes from it. I live that life everyday. The season opener is entitled, a Date with Deante: The Element of Surprise. It actually epitomizes what the series has been about from Day One; real life situations or declarations that are so odd, shocking or unexpected, that it all amounts to a big ol' surprise. This DVD certainly has that in spades with yet another Tony Train Wreck appearance as detailed in the last issue. Also, we delve into the sex life of 18-year old Brecklin, who has a rack that won't quit and a freshness that is guaranteed to entice. The most “surprising” scenario is probably between Jen and John. For longtime viewers of the series, John made his initial appearance on the show in the summer of 2009. That was back when he declared himself a Heroin addict who just happens to enjoy wearing women's underwear. This time, he is the world's creepiest 60-year old, virtually molesting Jen, who is half his age. The twist comes when he finally gets her in the right situation to have sex, only to have the ultimate surprise dumped into his lap that will have everyone in utter disbelief. I sincerely hope you guys enjoy the flick (if you choose to purchase it) and have a great month! God Bless. - Deante L. Young Editor-in-Chief
IN THIS ISSUE: ****
An overview of the 5th season premiere of a Date with Deante **** Remembering Michael Jackson, 3 years later **** O.J. Simpson's “dirty truth” 18 years after the murders ****
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BACK IN THE SADDLE
After a 5 month hiatus, the most controversial and jaw dropping reality series in history has returned for another round of groundbreaking entertainment
Usually, a man in his 60's is no longer capable of scoring action with a woman who is just barely into her 30's. Unless, of course, he is of the Hugh Hefner variety; filthy rich, internationally famous and capable of doing the same for them. For a man named John Ryan, those rules don't seem to apply. Ryan is no celebrity, nor is he rich. He is a slightly overweight, drug addicted creeper who just happens to have a fetish for wearing women's underwear. All of these juicy details about the man became public knowledge in 2009 when he made his first appearance on a Date with Deante during the reality series' 2nd season. Now, he returns in the 5th season opener, “The Element of Surprise.” “John is a good guy,” says series creator Young. “Good and crazy! He never ceases to amaze me with his energy and over-the-top antics.” The wild man reportedly has a significantly humorous role in the new video; in other words, watch out. “Every time I watch John's scenes in the new DVD, I can't stop laughing,” says the entertainer. “He truly made the video special.” There's also the presence of Tony Train Wreck, who provides instant humor every time his name is mentioned. Young agrees: “Tony Train Wreck is a star attraction for sure,” he says. “Without him, these videos would be bland and ordinary.”
Creepy and confident: John proves himself to
be the ultimate wildcat in the new video, but even he gets the shock of a lifetime when he gets Jen's panties off. -----------------------------------------------------------To add a little spice to the new video, Deante chose 18-year old Brecklin to handle the “hot” factor. “Brecklin was a charming young lady during the filming,” says Young. “She's not a very chatty gal, but she does provide a few luscious moments and, let's be honest, her physical assets being featured on the cover of the new DVD is exactly why many guys would want to own the flick!” It wouldn't be Spring in America without another season of a Date with Deante in session. Enjoy!
HOW DIRTY IS YOUR TRUTH?
SAUCY MAGAZINE JUNE 2012
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SAUCY MAGAZINE JUNE 2012
With the three-year anniversary of Michael Jackson's death approaching later this month, Deante Young recalls how the gut-wrenching event affected his video series
By Deante L. Young When I received the horrific news on June 25, 2009 that the great Michael Jackson had just passed away, I was overcome with a confluence of emotions that ran the gamut from intense sadness, to vengeful anger. Ever since I was five years old, I had been both rabid fan and distant understudy of the legendary artist. More importantly, I had long ago acquired a connection with him that went beyond the glitz and salaciousness of his life; in other words, Michael was a guide to me through my own eccentric life. He was a spiritual inspiration to me as much as he was an iconic musician and inventive performer. So, with the reality of that insanely shocking news that terrible Thursday afternoon, I became hollow and very grief stricken. Michael, you see, was the most mentally consistent presence in my existence of anyone ever. I lived vicariously through him and, in the throes of my agonizing pain, I decided to pay tribute to the man through my video series, a Date with Deante. At the time, the Deante series was 13 episodes into its second season, which was broadcast online. Overall, I had produced 33 installments; 20 in the first season, and in the prior two months to this awful day, the show had begun growing heavily in popularity, thanks to the very popular early appearances of Tony Train Wreck and Alicia, the young woman who had proven to be a shameless sex kitten. I met her at a trailer park, which is the place that much of my material came from during that season. It was a real goldmine. Anyway, when the MJ news came down, I was so overcome with sadness that I momentarily considered ending the show forever. The most recent episode had been released just four days prior, but I suddenly felt no creative urge to move forward after being hit with this news. I slept on it, and endured endless mental roadblocks, because I couldn't get Michael out of my mind. I soon decided that I was going to dedicate the very next episode of a Date with Deante to Michael exclusively. Meanwhile, three days after the tragedy, I decided to pick myself up from the pit of pity and return to the trailer park for a much needed diversion. Turns out, I ended up filming one of the most important videos in the show's history. I interviewed Alicia for the first time (her previous two appearances consisted of her simply exposing her body or being completely nude) and she admitted on camera that she had just gotten rid of an STD. It was a crazy afternoon, and shortly after filming wrapped, I watched the BET awards on television, which featured Jamie Foxx hosting and giving a humorous, heartfelt tribute to Michael. CONTINUED ON NEXT PAGE
CONTINUED FROM PREVIOUS PAGE For several days after the tragedy, I had tossed around ideas in my mind of how to properly honor such a seminal figure of the world and of my life. I knew it wasn't really possible, so I just essentially free-styled the whole thing. I had been avoiding my family because they reminded me too much of my early years and how I obsessed over Michael, since they witnessed me during that early 1980's phase. It was within the first few days of July that I donned a fedora, white sequined glove and mirrored shades to mimic Jackson's signature look as I went on camera. I also wore a sparkly piece of fabric across my shoulder for no other reason than the fact that it was sparkly, and Michael loved sparkly things. I just remember that it was sweltering hot and humid that day and with me wearing this elaborate costume, it made it worse. I didn't care, though. It was for Michael. I spoke to the camera about MJ's seismic impact upon my life and the world and I even did a brief dance in my “almost penny loafer” shoes and exposed white socks. Since it had been a little over a week since the tragedy, multiple magazines had released Jackson tribute issues, most of which I snatched up. I featured them in the video, which I later edited with some of his groundbreaking music and short films spliced in to help bolster my appraisal of him. The episode, devoid of opening credits, first aired online July 6, 2009. I didn't care if anyone watched it or not. This was about Michael and my love for him, which is why I named the episode, “I Love You, Michael.” For the rest of the season, I decided to name each episode after a Michael Jackson song, further honoring him. For the second-to-last episode of the season in late October, I edited in a long series of photos of him between the episode's action and dialogue. The photos were chronological in their arrangement as they featured MJ from his late 1960's youth to his tumultuous late life in the 2000's. For the series finale, I developed and wrote a short film entitled, “Thriller” to offer one, final commemoration of the man's impact on me. The film featured several of his hit songs, purposely selected to coincide with related story elements. I even donned a wig, leather jacket, single glove, shades and loafers and did a more involved MJ dance tribute in the opening moments of the film. In total, Season 2 consisted of 30 episodes; the final 17 of which paid homage to Michael in some way. That day, three years ago will always leave a very sour taste in my mouth. But one thing is for certain, Michael Jackson's impact and legacy will forever leave me with endless inspiration and happiness for all that he brought to me. That's the dirty truth.
18 years ago this month, on June 12, 1994, O.J. Simpson's ex-wife and her friend were found brutally stabbed to death outside of her condo in Brentwood, CA. Simpson, 46 at the time, was formerly charged with committing the crimes just days later. Seven months later, O.J. stood trial for a double murder which he insisted he didn't commit. In spite of overwhelming evidence strongly suggesting his guilt, he was shockingly cleared of all charges on October 3, 1995. But instead of living a low-profile, humble life, the former football superstar found himself in trouble time and time again. In 2008, he was sent to prison for a term of between 9 and 33 years for something far less serious than murder; basically, he stole things that once belonged to himself! Whether it's a classic case of poetic justice, karma or something else, the photo below represents what O.J.'s dirty truth is nowadays. What a shame....what an idiot!
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