J. Cole: Sorry Dudes, No Sex Tape

It's not the first time that a celeb has denied a sex tape.

Rihanna sex tape doesn't exist, says J. Cole

You'd think any guy who made a sex tape with Rihanna would sing about it from the rooftops. Well, J. Cole isn't one of those guys. Why? Because he says Hustler is wrong about the tape.

"Gossip Gossip, [expletive] just stop it," Cole tweeted, referencing the Kanye West song Monster.

The sexy songstress has also come out denying the sexy tape.

Hustler hasn't stopped claiming the existence of the tape. "We have seen it and we do not know what we are going to do with it yet," the raunchy skin mag said in a statement.

We're doubting it's true -- after all, this isn't the first time an adult film company has come out with rumors of a sex tape that never materialized. In 2007, Spencer Pratt claimed he knew of a sex tape with sworn enemy Lauren Conrad and her ex, Jason Wahler. Of course, that turned out to be false.

"We actually have it on tape," Conrad said in 2009. "Spencer takes responsibility and apologizes for it."

Famous philanderer Tiger Woods was also said to have starred in a sex tape with one of his umpteen mistresses; that turned out to be false, too.

We won't hold our breath for a RiRi/J. Cole sex tape. We doubt Rihanna would care, though: Have you seen her music videos?

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