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Levi Johnston is 'After love' in all the wrong places

Christine "I'm you" O'Donnell wasn't the only person in the political sphere to creep me out via video today. My boy Levi Johnston got into the act.Yep, the very same video that led Bristol Palin to end her short-lived reunion with baby daddy Johnston was released today. "He's just obsessed with the limelight," she said "and I got played." We're all still getting played -- and it's getting old.

The song is called "After love." The video is about a mean mom who puts the kibosh on her daughter's relationship with Johnston by sicing the cops on him and forcing him to dump her. And it's sung by a singer I've never heard of before named Brittani Senser.

Senser -- who they say is 24, but I'm not buying it -- went on record today to say that her video didn't bust up Johnston and Palin. "The video hadn't been shot when [Bristol] thought it already had been," Senser said. "I feel bad if anybody feels like that was the reason."

Oh that's a relief. Another relief? Johnston kept most of his clothes on this time. Would someone please give this guy a real job?

By Jonathan Capehart  | October 5, 2010; 3:57 PM ET
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"We're all still getting played -- and it's getting old."
"Another relief? Johnston kept most of his clothes on this time."

Then why do you comment on the oldness and especially the state of his dress or undress?

You get tiresome, Capehart.

Posted by: spamsux1 | October 5, 2010 6:14 PM | Report abuse

@spamsux1:
But yet, you continue to read him. Interesting.

Posted by: dougAthensGA | October 5, 2010 9:28 PM | Report abuse

Yikes! What is this? Please make this man go away. Don't give him anymore attention. We don't care and the music is awful. BTW I'm with you Capehart, she is SO not 24 anymore.

Posted by: Reader4 | October 5, 2010 9:47 PM | Report abuse

Levi Johnston is handsome, Brittani Senser is georgeous, and the song is pretty good too.

I think Levi did a great job in the video, and if you don't think that video is what made Bristol walk, well, just take a look at Bristol.

She has got to be the homeliest contestant they've ever had on DWTS. For a 19 year old girl Bristol's clothes make her look like she's 80.

You go Levi - Don't pay attention to the Player Haters.


Posted by: lindalovejones | October 6, 2010 12:26 PM | Report abuse

Her and her mom both have huge nostrils.


Posted by: lindalovejones | October 6, 2010 12:30 PM | Report abuse

You have got to have more respect for Levi than bristol. He is way smarter. He got himself some and checked out. Kid mightn't even be his.

Posted by: letemhaveit | October 6, 2010 6:16 PM | Report abuse

Levi Johnston. Talk about a nobody. And here he is, yet again, in a newspaper I used to respect. Am I the only person left on the face of the earth who couldn't give a rat's behind about this yahoo? Same goes for Bristol.

I'm in a bad dream that just seems to go on and on.

Posted by: RobertaHigginbotham | October 6, 2010 11:56 PM | Report abuse

He's your "boy" Mr Capehart ? hmmmmmm ..sounds like you wish that were true. Too funny...you can have him...no one else wants him..hes a LOSER !!!

Posted by: JUNGLEJIM123 | October 7, 2010 8:33 AM | Report abuse

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