Lucas Entertainment Changes ‘Black C*cks Matter’ Name After Allegedly Not Telling Black Actors The Title

· Updated on June 26, 2018

Notice: This article contains extremely NSFW images.

While most adult films look to arouse, they’re probably not looking to arouse anger.

According to gay porn news site Str8UpGayPorn, Lucas Entertainment released a film called “Black Cocks Matter,” starring black actors Max Konnor, Andre Donovan and Bama Romello alongside three white actors.

For those who don’t know, the head of Lucas Entertainment is Michael Lucas, who has a long history of alleged abuse, threatening and not paying actors, revenge porn, and racism.

Str8UpGayPorn mentioned in their write-up that they usually have a policy against covering Lucas, but that this film caused them to buck their usual policy.

“Using Black Lives Matter—maybe the most important activist movement of our time, whose purpose is to prevent violence against Black communities inflicted by the police and other government agencies—to fetishize black men in a porn movie is not really a surprise coming from a bigot like Michael Lucas, but it is something of a new low, even for him,” Str8UpGayPorn wrote.

In a tweet that has since been deleted, but was captured by Str8UpGayPorn, Max Konnor, one of the actors in the film, said that he was not told about the name of the film when he shot the scenes.

In a tweet on Monday to journalist Daniel Villareal, Konnor said Lucas had reached out and changed the title.

Currently, the film is available on Lucas Entertainment’s site as (alert: extremely NSFW link following) “Black Cocks Rule.”

Str8UpGayPorn captured a screenshot of the original extremely NSFW ad before Lucas Entertainment changed the title.

Though the name of the film was changed on the website, the brand is still using the words “Black Cocks Matter” with accompanying images to promote the film on Instagram.

INTO has contacted Lucas Entertainment about the name change and will update if we hear back.

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