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'''In 1999, Creed frontman, Scott Stapp, and Country/Hip-Hop artist Kid Rock were involved in a sex tape'''. The tape in question involves the two partying, getting completely drunk and having their groupies performing oral sex on them. The only other thing that is known about the tape is that at some point Scott Stapp utters the phrase "It's good to be the king!." Stapp, for some odd reason, decided to hold onto a copy of the tape and kept it stashed away. Then, his home was robbed in 2002, and among his stolen items was the sex tape.
  
[[File:Creedsex.jpg|thumb|300px|Screenshots from the tape, released by Red Light District.]]
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==History==
In 1999, Creed frontman, '''Scott Stapp''', and Country/Hip-Hop artist '''Kid Rock''' were involved in a sex tape. The tape in question involves the two partying, getting completely drunk and having their groupies performing oral sex on them. The only other thing that is known about the tape is that at some point Scott Stapp utters the phrase "It's good to be the king!". Stapp, for some odd reason, decided to hold onto a copy of the tape and kept it stashed away. Then, his home was robbed in 2002, and among his stolen items was the sex tape.
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The video was kept unknown until 2006 when celebrity sex tapes became a new trend. Adult video distribution company, Red Light District (the same company that brought Paris Hilton's sex tape to light) promised a release in 2007 but has never done so.<ref>[https://www.spin.com/2017/07/kid-rock-scott-stapp-sex-tape/ Spin article on the tapes.] Retrieved 19 Dec '21</ref> Some think that Stapp/Rock's publicists don't want anyone to see it. A preview was offered on YouTube for a while but was allegedly removed. Kid Rock hasn't spoken to Stapp since the incident.<ref>[https://www.huffpost.com/entry/creed-frontman-scott-stap_n_367836 Huffington Post article on the tapes.] Retrieved 19 Dec '21</ref>
 
 
The video was (probably as a service to the rest of humanity) kept unknown until 2006 when celebrity sex tapes became a new trend. Adult video distribution company, Red Light District (the same company that brought Paris Hilton's sex tape to light) promised a release in 2007 but has never done so. Some think that Stapp/Rock's publicists don't want anyone to see it (God bless their souls). A preview was offered on YouTube for a while but was allegedly removed. Kid Rock hasn't spoken to Stapp since the incident.
 
  
 
In Stapp's autobiography, he claimed he was digitally imposed into the video. Of course, it would have taken a rather large budget to pull this off believably, and even experts who have seen screenshots can tell that there is no photoshop or digital imposing involved. The person in the images is clearly Scott.
 
In Stapp's autobiography, he claimed he was digitally imposed into the video. Of course, it would have taken a rather large budget to pull this off believably, and even experts who have seen screenshots can tell that there is no photoshop or digital imposing involved. The person in the images is clearly Scott.
  
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Latest revision as of 00:41, 20 December 2021

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This article has been tagged as NSFW due to its pornographic subject matter.



Creedsex.jpg

Screenshots from the tape, released by Red Light District.

Status: Lost

In 1999, Creed frontman, Scott Stapp, and Country/Hip-Hop artist Kid Rock were involved in a sex tape. The tape in question involves the two partying, getting completely drunk and having their groupies performing oral sex on them. The only other thing that is known about the tape is that at some point Scott Stapp utters the phrase "It's good to be the king!." Stapp, for some odd reason, decided to hold onto a copy of the tape and kept it stashed away. Then, his home was robbed in 2002, and among his stolen items was the sex tape.

History[edit | edit source]

The video was kept unknown until 2006 when celebrity sex tapes became a new trend. Adult video distribution company, Red Light District (the same company that brought Paris Hilton's sex tape to light) promised a release in 2007 but has never done so.[1] Some think that Stapp/Rock's publicists don't want anyone to see it. A preview was offered on YouTube for a while but was allegedly removed. Kid Rock hasn't spoken to Stapp since the incident.[2]

In Stapp's autobiography, he claimed he was digitally imposed into the video. Of course, it would have taken a rather large budget to pull this off believably, and even experts who have seen screenshots can tell that there is no photoshop or digital imposing involved. The person in the images is clearly Scott.

Gallery[edit | edit source]

Kid Rock talking about the tape in a 2007 interview.

References[edit | edit source]

  1. Spin article on the tapes. Retrieved 19 Dec '21
  2. Huffington Post article on the tapes. Retrieved 19 Dec '21