Man, figuring out the answer to a question like that sounds just like the kind of work we’d need the qualified investigative journalists of 60 Minutes themselves to get to the bottom of.
Or.. OR… The National Enquirer, which dredged up some racy stories about the sex life of a prominent correspondent for the news program.
That person? Steve Kroft.
Here he is, shown not drinking champagne out of his mistress’s ass.
Kroft was getting his kink on with the aid of Viagra and racy text messages — including one in which he told his lover he “would rather be eating your pudding,” according to a new report from the National Enquirer, which hits newsstands Wednesday.
Is pudding slang for butt or pussy? That’s a good question. Let me know in the comments. Anyway, Kroft seduced a New York City lawyer named Lisan Goines, and then commenced eating champagne out of her butt.
The newsman — who boasted to Goines that he was the “go-to’’ interviewer for President Obama — had some particularly unusual tastes in bed, the mag said. One time, he was “pouring champagne in her behind and drinking the bubbly,” the report claims.
Sounds delicious. Hope it was a Brut. Something tart. Goes well with fecal matter.
That’s not the respected journalist’s only interest in asshole, though.
The pair then launched into a three-year affair — the details of which would never get past the censors on Kroft’s own award-winning show. In one sexting session, Kroft allegedly cooed to Goines, “Miss you and all that goes with it. Especially my favorite tastes and colors … pink and brown.”
And the aforementioned pudding.
At one point, the hard-working TV journalist, who has a son with [wife Jennet] Conant, lamented his long hours on the job, the report said. “Working late. Just ordered out. Would rather be eating your pudding,” he allegedly wrote.
Was Kroft implying that he had ordered bread pudding? Or pudding for dessert? I don’t know and need to. Or is that just old man gibberish? Pudding, pudding, pudding.
The affair eventually petered out, according to the paper, and now Kroft is committed to saving his marriage.
“I had an extramarital affair that was a serious lapse of personal judgment and extremely hurtful to my wife and family, and for that I have nothing but regret,” Kroft said in a statement to the Post.
“My wife and I are committed to each other and are working hard to get past this, and consider it a private matter.”
Yea, sure, best of luck in that endeavor, Steve. Maybe you could help, Jennet. You now know what he likes.
But how awesome is all this? Dude is munching butt one day, interviewing the president the next. We should all be so lucky.