Bieber-impersonating porn dude will jack it for you if you buy him stuff on Amazon

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04.28.11

As I’ve discussed here previously, porn stars love social media, and one of the ways many porn performers in the modern era are capitalizing on the web and social media is by creating wish lists on Amazon.com for pervy fans to lavish them with gifts they select. It’s also a way porn stars can — in an era where free and easy web porn is diminishing the amount of money the industry takes in — supplement their incomes, so to speak.

The Daily Beast’s Richard Abowitz wrote about this phenom earlier this year:

One thing is clear: Twitter in the past year has transformed the way porn stars communicate—they now have the opportunity to reach fans and build followings off screen. Housley’s statistics illuminate the interactions. Porn Star Tweets tracks 990 porn stars who are followed by 9,140,066 users; the porn stars follow back 636,853 fans. On average, the stars tweet 6.7 times per day; seven percent of Porn Star Tweets contain a photo or video. In total, Housley says, “In 2010 we aggregated over 3 million tweets and 250,000 photos and videos.”

And, in exchange for all this openness, porn stars have found how to get rewards; They get a lot of gifts from online lists, particularly Amazon.com wish lists, which almost all of them maintain. “On the place on Twitter where you can put your website I put my Amazon wish list,” says DeArmond. She also likes to tweet out her wish list. She says three packages—jewelry, shoes—a day is normal in her mail. DeArmond thinks her many gifts are in part the expressions of the guilty conscience of fans who now download her porn illegally from BitTorrent sites: “There are so many people who enjoy porn and are not paying for it that this is maybe a way they can give back personally.”

Not to be outdone, Kristina Rose says: “I got an iPad yesterday. The fan had it engraved on the back to say ‘Slutwoman A.K.A. Kristina Rose.’ I love Twitter.” Rose notes she has also been paid to promote adult products, or been given free ones, in the hope she will mention them. In this way, Twitter has allowed porn stars—if not the porn industry—to profit from their followings in ways unimaginable a few years ago.

Now one male porn performer is taking this to another level — if you purchase something for him on Amazon, he will send you a video of himself jacking off while impersonating Justin Bieber. Get this man a Webby!

The porn dude in question, Danny Wylde — who performs in both gay and straight films — wrote on his blog that he originally created a “joke wishlist” to “poke fun at all the girls (and boys?) who shamelessly ask for free shit from their fans.” But then when people actually began purchasing the stuff on the list for him, Wylde decided to take it a step further, partly inspired by a burning desire to “make a Justin Bieber themed porno.” So he covered Bieber’s “Baby,” which you can listen to here, and made a naughty video to go along with it.

He writes:

And now I’ve made a XXX music video for the song. For those of you curious as to what happens, it’s mostly me singing along and jerking off. I’m dressed as Bieber (to the best of my ability). You might like it. You might not.

But the only way you can see it is if you buy something from my Bieber Funded Amazon Wish List. Please email bieberwishlist (at) gmail (dot) com once you have purchased an item. I will then email you back a yousendit link with the file.

If you don’t want to buy anything from the wishlist but still think you deserve a copy of the music video, email me your reason why. We’ll see what happens.

So yeah, I still kind of feel like a piece of shit for having a real wishlist, but at least I’m giving something back. And it’s kind of unique. Right?

And the reviews are already pouring in! Fleshbot editor Lux Alptraum, who spends her days doing nothing but watching porn, approves

So there you have it! If you want to buy Danny Wylde some crap so you too can watch him jack it, his wish list is here. Have fun with that.

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