Loading...
Incredibly Strange

WTF Hip Hop News of the Week: Dan Aykroyd's Daughter and Harvard Buddies Star in Video for "Pussy Breath" (Protip: Song is Not Really about Cats)

Comments (0)

By

Wed, Feb 23, 2011 at 1:05 PM
click to enlarge pussycatt.jpg

Dan Aykroyd sure as hell wasn't "afraid of no ghost," and the penchant for raunchy, ridiculous humor doesn't fall far from the proverbial tree. Danielle Aykroyd, the Harvard co-ed daughter of the comedic icon, affirms that oral stimulation always proves to be good for a laugh, even when it is in the form of a hummer rather than her father's typical "humdingers." Danielle stars in a video entitled "Pussy Breath" by a "rapper" (in this case the term is negligible) called "Young Sheik," a farcical hip-hop god created by New York comedian, Matt Pavich. "Pussy Breath" also stars the children of other societal elite, including Daniel Libeskind's daughter Rachael, Ellen Barkin's niece Lana and Simon Kirke's daughter Lola.

Watch:

Related Content

Now Trending

Los Angeles Concert Tickets

Slideshows

  • Air Guitar Championship Semifinals @ The Troubadour
    The Southwest Semifinals of the US Air Guitar Championship were held last Saturday at the historic Troubadour Club in West Hollywood. The event determined who would compete as regional representatives at the 2014 National Finals in Kansas City on August 9th. The colorful contestants (many of whom opted for elaborate codpieces) were judged by comedians Kristen Schaal and the Sklar Brothers. The top score was awarded to crowd-surfing guitarist Kingslayer, the mother of a teenage son who also competed wearing little more than an American flag bathing suit. All photos by Gustavo Turner.
  • Lucha VaVOOM @ The Mayan Theatre
    Lucha VaVOOM to The Mayan Theatre on Thursday night with a dose of their Sexy, Hot, Summer FUN! show to a packed house. With all the girls, guns and muscles what could go wrong? All photos by Timothy Norris.
  • The Best L.A. Concert Scenes of 2014 (So Far)
    With more secret shows, more once-in-a-lifetime performances, and more venues than any place else, there is no doubt that L.A. is one of the top places on the planet to see live music. Here are the best concert scenes of 2014 (so far).