Bobby Brown claims ghost shagged him in bizarre interview

You ain’t afraid of no ghost? Well, on the basis of this, maybe you should be

Bustin' makes me feel good Bobby Brown hates ghosts

Ask any guy to name their favourite bit in Ghostbusters and the chances are they will all say the same thing: Dan Aykroyd getting a blowjob from a ghost.

But ask the same question to former 80s pop sensation Bobby Brown and you may get a very different answer.

Part of that is down to the fact that Brown did the soundtrack to – and featured in a cameo role – in the film’s lamentable sequel Ghostbusters 2.

The main reason, however, is that Brown also happens to have had sex with a ghost and he was none too happy about it.

Speaking in an interview on the US TV interview show 20/20, Brown came out with these, frankly, crazy claims concerning sex with spectres.

Oh and he insists he was definitely, 100 per cent, totally not high.

“I bought this mansion in Georgia … this was a really, really spooky place. But yes, one time, I woke up, and yeah, a ghost. I was being mounted by a ghost.”

That’s one hell of a mental picture, right there.

Oh, and Bobby has one more thing to add, just in case you were sceptical.

‘I wasn’t high. I was not trippin’.’

Now, while we can neither confirm nor completely dismiss Brown’s bizarre and ghostly claims, we must admit that, on reflection, the song he provided for Ghostbusters 2 is a bit of a banger.

It was a fairly big hit back in the day too, reaching no.4 in the UK and even hitting the top of the charts…in New Zealand.

The video has not aged well, though – really Bobby, a Donald Trump reference? We don’t know which is worse: that or these ghost sex claims.

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