Mariah Carey’s “All I Want for Christmas Is You” is pretty much on repeat 24/7 this time of year. It’s on the radio, in stores, on commercials…it’s fucking everywhere.
And speaking of “fucking everywhere,” Jelly Roll and his wife, Bunnie XO, released a…well, a naughty version of the Christmas staple – and this one is not for the kids.
The host of the Dumb Blonde podcast, Bunnie XO (whose real name is Bunnie DeFord) posted the video of herself letting her husband, Jelly Roll, know exactly what she wanted for Christmas – or more accurately, what she wanted him to do to her for Christmas:
“I don’t want a lot for Christmas There is just one thing I need I just care about my cookie Wrapped around your Christmas tree You just need to break my back out There upon the fireplace Santa Claus won’t make me happy With his toy on Christmas day I just want your big, strong bone More than you have ever known Make my wish come true All I want for Christmas is to be screwed”
Those are actually some of the more safe for work lyrics, as the song goes on with lines like “I’m just gonna keep on waiting with the sweetest camel toe” and “If I could make a list I’d slide down your North Pole, my St. Dick.”
Definitely don’t think this is what Mariah Carey had in mind with the song, but it’s an interesting twist.
This isn’t the first NSFW Christmas song that Bunnie’s released. Back in 2020, she put her own spin on “Santa Baby” with “Shimmy Down My Chimney.”
“Santa daddy, come slip your pipe up under the sheets for me I’ve been so good that it hurts Santa daddy, and shimmy down my chimney tonight”
She’s the Wheeler Walker Jr. of Christmas music.
And hey, gotta respect it.
Jelly Roll Donates Every Penny From Sold-Out Show At Nashville’s Bridgestone Arena To Same Juvenile Center He Was Incarcerated In
Jelly Roll is certainly in the giving spirit this holiday season.
Jelly, whose real name is Jason DeFord, recently sold-out show at Nashville’s Bridgestone arena, which is by far the cities biggest arena.
And not only was the room full of adoring fans, and the show included a few surprise appearances from artists like Riley Green and Ernest, but Jelly used it as an opportunity to give back.
Jelly is a rapper who recently jumped into the world of country music, and currently has a single at country radio called “Son Of A Sinner.”
And he’s donating every single penny from that concert, from ticket sales to concessions, to the Impact Youth Outreach organization, saying it will go towards building music programs, and even a recording studio, in the same juvenile center that he was incarcerated in.
After first entering the juvenile system at the age of 14, he spent his late teenage and early 20s years going in and out of jail, and has quite an incredible back story which eventually led him to make his debut at the Grand Ole Opry in 2021.
If you wanna talk about artists putting their money where their mouth is (literally), regardless of what you think about him or his music, I don’t know of many others who would be willing to essentially play a free concert on this scale and give all the revenue away.
Impressive is an understatement, but it’s the first word that comes to mind here.
It’s unbelievable the way he’s turned his life around, from sitting in a prison cell to playing a sold-out show at the biggest venue in town, and to see him using his dark past and story for good is incredible.
There’s no telling how many young lives he will impact in a positive way because of this.
He shared the news in a post on Instagram, getting emotional as he explained the personal meaning and how important it is for him to be able to do something like this for his hometown:
“I don’t usually make content like this, I normally post videos or videos or pictures, but I woke up this morning, overwhelmed with gratitude, y’all.
Today is December the 9th, tonight I have a show in Nashville, Tennessee, the city that I was born and raised in, at the Bridgestone Arena, the biggest arena in town. It’s completely sold out. Completely sold out.
We’re giving every dollar from that show to Impact Youth Outreach, with Robert Sherill and Dr. Tracy, and we are building music programs inside of the same juvenile center that I was incarcerated in whenever I was a youth.
I could cry this morning, y’all. Love y’all man, thank you for everything.”
In addition to the revenue from his massive Nashville concert, Jelly Roll previously pledged $250,000 to the same organization, as well as funding five $10,000 scholarships for graduating seniors in Davidson County.