Veteran comedian J. Anthony Brown is known for spoofing some of the biggest hits in music on the nationally syndicated 'Tom Joyner Morning Show,' but now the Columbia, S.C.-bred funnyman has gone viral with a hilarious interpretation of Erykah Badu's controversial music video for the R&B song, 'Window Seat.'
Brown's version of 'Window Seat' is called 'Booty Meat' and the former host of BET's 'Comic View' said his rendering is a celebration of Badu's "beautiful body."
"Spoofing 'Window Seat' was totally inspired and an ode to Erykah's body. She has a beautiful body unlike myself," he laughed. "I just knew everyone would find it funny to see me do what she does, but with a less than perfect physique."
The comic, who also owns the popular Los Angeles-based comedy club and restaurant The J. Spot, said recording the video was an extension of what he's been doing on radio and during performances for years.
"I did the 'Booty Meat' spoof because it's what I do. I've done lots of them. Although many people enjoy my 'Murdering the Hits,' there is a whole other effect when people see the visual aspect," he expressed.
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