Watch Me Sing Young MC’s Bust a Move

Saturday night I got went to a Halloween party and decided to karaoke to Young MC’s “Bust a Move.”

Yes, I was wearing a Stay Puft Marshmallow man t-shirt and a white hat that makes gay sailors everywhere drool with envy.

Proving that everyone on OKTC is equally opportunity — from stupid Bama fans to me — have at it. 

It’s awkward white rapping time starring me. 

And I think y’all will love this. 

Thanks to my wife for knowing how bad this would be and deciding to record it. While mocking me in real-time. 


Once the producers of “Nashville” see this, I’m going to having a starring role on the show in no time.

So you can see this and say you knew me before I was a big star.


Oh, and here’s my wife’s sexy ghostbuster costume for the guys and girls who Tweeted wanted to see it yesterday.

Clearly, there needs to be a sexy ghostbuster whenever “Ghostbusters 3” is made.

Yep, I should be in the OKTC hall of fame as well.

Why do you think I named the site this?

In site news, thanks to all of you for reading OKTC, the October numbers are staggering. The most uniques ever, rapidly growing mobile growth that had more readers in 2012 by itself than the whole site did in 2011, and total site traffic that was up 250% from last year’s numbers. I thought those October 2011 numbers were astounding at the time. Most impressively, over 60% of our site traffic is through shared media. That means y’all are reading our stories and sharing them with your friends, family, and co-workers. That’s the best possible endorsement.

Increasingly too every morning the site is already busy before we put up any new content. That means lots of y’all have come to trust that we’re going to keep you entertained while you pretend to work.

For that I doff my gay sailor cap in your direction.

Just remember, your gay too.

So don’t hang yourself with a celibate rope.

Written by Clay Travis

OutKick founder, host and author. He's presently banned from appearing on both CNN and ESPN because he’s too honest for both.