So gawker.com ran a story about John Travolta. The story centers around this guy, Robert Randolph who used to hookup with Travolta in bath houses/saunas. This guy is putting out a book, hilariously titled, You’ll Never Spa in This Town Again. He talks about how John likes ’em big and how John preferred straight guys, and how he used his celebrity to reel in the starstruck, bi-curious fellas. (Smooth John, real smooth…isn’t using the star card a little too easy?)

You have to read the article to understand how graphic this guy goes into detail about the things John does and how he goes about hooking up in the spas. The article is crazy, and this guy says he has dirtier stuff he saving for the book. One of the funniest parts in the article that struck me was the following quote from Randolph.

“Travolta definitely has a type. “His preference is Middle Eastern or guys with dark features. His taste has changed over the 15 years that I’ve seen him visiting spas. First he strictly liked black guys. For the longest time if you weren’t black, he didn’t want you. Then he was into Middle Eastern men. Then it was Mexicans and other Hispanic guys. Then he moved on to Koreans. I guess he doesn’t have much of a preference any more.”

How funny is that sh*t. Not only is Travolta accused of being gay, an adulterer, a liar to his wife and the public, but on top of all of that…HE PREFERS BLACK GUYS!!! LMFAO!!

These rumors are out there about Johnny T, and it isn’t just him. Kevin Spacey, Vin Diesel, Robert Pattinson, just to name a few. Hollywood is full of guys like Travolta, with many choosing to stay in the closet or hide it from their spouse. They have to, to protect their careers.

That is also why John Travolta’s attorneys have basically told Gawker that they are guilty in repeating the sex claims that the site itself admits other outlets were “skittish about printing.” Gawker is “significantly compounding the damages” incurred by Travolta.

We are demanding the immediate and permanent removal of the Randolph post and “publication of an unequivocal and prominent retraction of the false and defamatory statements.”

As of now the Gawker post is still live.

I will say this and take it how you want it. I have a very close friend whose brother had a hit show on Disney for like 5-6 years and did a few Hollywood movies. Through them, I had heard more than once about John Travolta hanging out in spas, exposing himself. Using it as a total pick-up spot. I never got the details that the Gawker story had, but spa stories nonetheless. Crazy sh*t, huh??