Moby, I’d give it a good wash if I was you.
Firstly, here’s an interesting nugget of info – the musician is said to be a distant relative of Herman Melville, who penned the famous Moby-Dick novel, which is where the name comes from.
Secondly, let’s get to the bit about the penis. Moby opened up in an interview with the Sunday Times recently, talking about “his dark childhood and his new clean-living lifestyle”.
That interview is behind a paywall, but the story, from back in 2001, has also been covered by the Mirror:
Explaining that he was in a room with the star while at a party on Park Avenue in New York City, Moby made the shock declaration that he was dared to whip out his penis and rub it on The Donald.
“The party wasn’t that exciting. It was mainly full of businessmen and real-estate developers, most notably Donald Trump, who was standing a few yards away, talking loudly to some other guests,” he described.
“‘Moby, go knob-touch Donald Trump’ said one of my friends,” he continued – referencing a juvenile prank in which a gentleman would intentionally expose his own penis and brush it against someone else.
“I drank a shot of vodka to brace myself, pulled my flaccid penis out of my trousers and casually walked past Trump, trying to brush the edge of his jacket with my penis,” the Porcelain singer claims.
“Luckily he didn’t seem to notice or even twitch. I returned to my friends and ordered another drink.”
OK, Moby, that is a story I might have kept to myself. It’s not quite as bad as grabbing someone by the pussy without their consent, but it’s not a good look, either.
No word on whether Moby’s junk resembled a mushroom, which is something Donald supposedly knows all about.
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