Fleshjack Boys: Milan Christopher - Butt (King)
This FleshJack Boys stroker features a butt opening cast from adult star Christopher Milan and his exclusive texture, King.
Like all the toys in the FleshJack Boys line, the Fleshjack Boys: Christopher Milan - Butt (King) includes the discreet flashlight-shaped case in a unique metallic gold colour, and a flesh-toned SuperSkin sleeve. The classic case includes a protective lid that is removed for use and replaced for storage, and a rear end cap that can be loosened or tightened to adjust the level of suction generated when using the Fleshlight.
Milan Christopher is an award-winning song writer, producer, and musical artist. He's also a member of the GLAAD Foundation, the Human Rights Campaign, and an NAACP Gentlemen of Artistry recipient. Thanks in part to his nationwide LGBT equal rights advocacy, his album titled "The Alpha," and his groundbreaking story-line on VH1's hit show Love & Hip Hop: Hollywood, Milan was one of the most electric and engaging personalities to emerge in 2016.
Born on the south side of Chicago, Milan moved to Los Angeles in the summer of 2008 to pursue his rapping/producing & modelling career. He found his niche in the entertainment industry rather swiftly, appearing on TV shows like Nip Tuck, The Doctors, and 12 Corazones, as well as commercials for brands like Red Bull, Chase Bank, and Virgin Mobile. Soon after, Milan started doing music videos with major musicians like Kanye West, The Game, Lil Wayne, & Neyo.
It wasn't until Milan worked with Beyoncé on "Haunted" that he realized he wanted to focus on his solo rap career and concentrate on his own brand. Milan released his EDM rap single "Burning Up", which earned him the spot as the number one indie artist in the country six weeks in a row on Digital Radio tracker.
Milan gained national coverage by representing people of colour within the LGBT community, as well as for being the first openly black gay music artist on VH1. He even had his own VH1 spin off show titled Out in Hip Hop. In 2017, Milan covered one of the world's most well-known publications: Paper Magazine, becoming the first openly gay black male rap artist to don the cover. Milan became an overnight icon and the world's top trending topic. He once again made history by sending mainstream pop culture into a media frenzy with his iconic Paper Magazine artistic nudes.
Still writing and producing music for himself and working with other artists, Milan has also expanded his brand to modelling, a teeth whitening facility, and his own line of intimate apparel.