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Music Video: I Just Had Sex (feat. Akon)

Artisit: The Lonely Island

  • Genre: Comedy
  • Release Date: 2010
  • Explicitness: notExplicit
  • Country: USA
  • Video Length: 2:49

  • Copyright: The Lonely Island

Music Video For I Just Had Sex (feat. Akon) By Artist The Lonely Island

Reviews For I Just Had Sex (feat. Akon) By Artist The Lonely Island

  • funny

    5
    By Crazyforcolbiecailliat
    very funny I JUST HAD S.E.X
  • Funny

    5
    By Tyler Grove
    Best Video Evere especialy when it envolves sex
  • Jakob199

    3
    By Jakob199
    cool song untill you start hearing 5th graders running up and down the streets screaming "I JUST HAD SEX AND IT FELT SO GUUDDDE!!" Same applies to oppan condom style (yes I said condom)
  • price?

    5
    By edog straus
    why is this one $1.49 and the other one is $1.99
  • Hate it.

    1
    By xxstevennguyenxx
    Hate this song. This song makes young kids listen to it -__-
  • Lol

    5
    By Just have sex
    This is right I literally just had sex my wife is preg it felt nice and awesome
  • i just had sex

    5
    By Shdgdhdhshsh
    i kinda like this song and i think im goin to buy the karaoke version cause i love the rythym
  • I just hAd sex

    2
    By Pukealaka
    It is a good music video
  • Poooooooh!):

    1
    By Wahhhhhh
    I love this video so much. But when I bought it. It deleted itself. I only watched it once. And I didn't get my money back.
  • Song funny voice horrible

    2
    By Destiny;)
    Ya the song is hilarious but the way they sing is horrible

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