Thursday, August 18, 2022

Macy Gray Talks Loving Peen and Struggling with Drug Abuse [WATCH]

*Macy Gray chopped it up with Wendy Williams in a hilarious new interview during which she revealed her love for the all-mighty peen!

The mom of 3 is back with a new album and she visited the “Wendy Show” to talk about life, struggling with drug abuse, and her new single “Sugar Daddy” off her upcoming album, “Ruby.”

Wendy asked her about overcoming drug abuse and Gray said she got hooked at the later age of 30.

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She also revealed that while she doesn’t have a man, she LOVES penis.

Fun Fact: Katy Perry’s “I Kissed A Girl” was a song Macy originally passed on, but she has kissed a woman… in case inquiring minds want to know.

By the way, she says yeah she’s kissed a woman, and they are EXCELLENT kissers.  But a woman can’t finish her off like a man can.

Get into the conversation below:

In other Macy Gray news, the Phoenix New Times caught up with the singer as she began preparing for the release of Ruby and her subsequent touring stop at the Chandler Center for the Arts this Sunday, September 23.

PNT: You have always had album names that spoke to where you were at that time, from How Life Is, to Sellout and Stripped and now Ruby. What were you going for?
MG: I love the gem ruby. It’s so regal. I really wanted a title that would stick. The stone is also red of course, which is my favorite color. It’s rich and has history. It’s classic, and so is this album.

PNT: This is easily your most versatile album, and your first single is the very playfully provocative, “Sugar Daddy.” The new video that you recently released features Evan Ross (Diana Ross’s son), and you co-wrote the song with Meghan Trainor. Whose idea was it?
MG: Meghan and I thought it be great to collaborate. She had the concept in her head for some time, so we took a stab at it. It’s really great fun and a bit cheeky. Her writing and talent is brilliant. It was the perfect song to come out with first.

PNT: “White Man” was actually the first song you recorded for Ruby. Once you released it, got noticed right away online, due to its subject, President Donald Trump. Tell us what inspired this song?
MG: It was actually a Facebook post I saw while we were in the studio, and one writer, her name was Blush, had a post that said, “Dear white man, I’m not my grandmother.” Everybody in the studio immediately thought of Trump because I believe his perspective and his thinking are so dated. That post was the inspiration for the song.

Read/learn MORE at Phoenix New Times.

Ny MaGee
Ny MaGee is an entertainment reporter with over 15 years of experience working in the film industry in areas including production and post-production, marketing, distribution, and acquisitions. She has worked for legendary film producer Roger Corman, Quentin Tarantino's production team at Miramax, the late Larry Flynt, MTV/ VH1, Hallmark Channel, Paramount, Jim Henson Co., Parade Magazine, and various LA-based companies representing above-the-line talent.

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