Celebs For/Against Sexting At BET Awards
by RadarOnline.com Staff
The sun wasn't the only thing scorching at Sunday's 2011 BET Awards at the Shrine Auditorium in Los Angeles: Stars on hand opened up about their sexting ways, and RadarOnline.com was on hand to hear all the juicy celebrity confessions.
"I think that is the safest sex you will ever have if you are sex-ting," TV personality A.J. Calloway told our Jessica Campbell.
"I am notorious for it," musical artist Kevin McCall said. "I think I'm developing Carpal Tunnel Syndrome."
Michelle Epps, actress and wife of funnyman Mike Epps, said she's in full support of sex-ting.
"You have to do everything in a marriage," she said. "Especially if you want it to last many, many moons."
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But not everyone was as open to the naughty exchanges: Nadine Ellis and Joyful Drake, the stars of the new hit BET show Let's Stay Together, both shared a resounding "NO!" to sexting.
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Drake said, "I am not into sexting!" while Ellis joked, "You should never get Weiner-ed!" referring to former U.S. congressman Anthony Weiner.
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