Coolio at Club 212 in Glasgow

*Coolio isn’t too happy with TMZ for publishing false facts about him. Not only that, he said Harvey Levin lied on him!

The West Coast rapper is upset about the July 22nd story, “Coolio Check Out My Comeback… IN A PORN STAR PARADISE!!” 

He said the gossip site “made up stuff” about him — indicating,  “I ain’t trying to make no f*ckin’ comeback off some porn,” he said.

TMZ published:

“Coolio tells TMZ … Pornhub.com agreed to provide all the “talent” for his video — “Take it to the Hub” — and in exchange he’s going to debut all his new music on the website. We’re told Coolio and co. banged out the vid…”

Nevertheless, the rapper denied ever telling TMZ he’s making music off his porn debut.

“I don’t know why TMZ always has to do that bullsh*t, man. I let them into the video shoot willingly and then the first thing they do is talk bullsh*t about me and try to make me look bad. They were trying to say it was my comeback. Man, I ain’t trying to make no f*ckin’ comeback off some porn. ”

He added, “I don’t know where that came from. If they pay me enough money, f*ck yeah, I’ll do an album exclusively for Pornhub. At this point in my career, bro, I don’t have nothing to prove to nobody.”

He continued to talk about making money, “I’ve proved everything. I just have to prove some shit to my banker. I have to prove to that motherf*cker I can put more zeroes in my account.”

Also, Coolio called out Levin for saying they’re cool, but Levin not acting cool.

“They constantly come at me on some foul sh*t. I talked to [TMZ founder] Harvey [Levin] personally, who said, “Yeah, I really like you, Coolio.” Well, you don’t f*ckin’ act like it.””

PornHub PR head Matt Blake backed up Coolio about TMZ’s lies and fabrication.

“We threw a party at a strip club during the AVN (Adult Video News) Awards, and we invited Coolio. We had some drinks, and I pitched him the idea of coming out with new music on PornHub. He loved it. The way TMZ spun it, they made it seem like we have the exclusive forever [on his music], which isn’t true — him and I have spoken about this, at the end of the day it’s all about money.”

He added, “it would depend how much exposure it generates. If it works, we’ll go forward. We love Coolio, he was a great sport. If he wants to do again, we’ll be more than happy to set it up.”