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…sorry that he got caught! And now he’s got a brand-new song passing the buck and deflecting blame for his crude stage sex act with an underage girl in Trinidad. He blames the girl’s father, the Trinidad nightclub where he sandwiched the girl, and Verizon Wireless for pulling sponsorship of his concert tour with Gwen Stefani and “disgracing his name.”

Oh, yeah, he’s sorry alright.

Nothing in the song, by the way, about the kid Akon hurled offstage in N.Y. last week.

But you know, he’s “just a singer tryin’ to entertain.”

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(Republished from MichelleMalkin.com by permission of author or representative)
 
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