OHIO CATHOLIC PRIEST EXPOSED AS A DEVILISH PROSTITUTE

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  COLUMBUS, OHIO - 03/04/2019 (PRDistribution.com)


Secretly wearing sexy lingerie underneath his sacred cassock during the day, Father Anthony Capretta (aka Vincent Capretta) is a proud practicing Catholic priest in Columbus, Ohio.  By night, Capretta sneaks out of the church as a drag queen ‘Big Mama Capretta’ and is known on the streets as a ‘lady of the night’.  Capretta has been caught in the act of promiscuously walking the streets entertaining the troops wearing a long blonde wig, polka dotted mini skirt, fishnet thigh highs, pump heels and sunglasses.  However, that’s not all!  Big Mama Capretta has a huge new hit dance single ‘Then Came You’ that has church officials up in arms!  The shocking official music video exposes Capretta as a devilish prostitute enticing handsome married men and seducing a young inviting Hispanic priest. The infectious pulsating track is stimulating crowds with excitement around the globe, distributed worldwide in over 200 countries, and available for purchase from iTunes, Amazon, and Beatport.  Big Mama Capretta attributes her international fame to the glory of God shouting out “My God is gayer than a transgender convention!”  Capretta is now one of the most famous male priests in world history according to Ranker.com.  

ABOUT CAPRETTA 

Capretta began his music career at the age of seven studying music theory and classical guitar at the renown Cleveland Music School Settlement. Winning radio talent contests at the age of twelve led Capretta to vocal scholarship in the Opera Department of the prominent Cleveland Institute of Music. In addition to serving as lead tenor for the Cleveland Civic Light Opera for two seasons, Capretta has held several leading roles in professional and community theater. Capretta was featured at the New Music Seminar in New York City in 1986 in response to his first music video 'Fallin Again'. In 1987, Capretta hit the national Eurobeat charts in the United States on LSA Records with his covers of the disco classics 'I Will Survive' and 'Turn the Beat Around' and again in 1990 with 'Never Knew Love Like This Before'. Capretta hit the European dance charts in 1992 on Loading Bay Records with his rendition of the classic 'It's My Party' and is featured on the Best of Loading Bay High Energy Volume I. Topping the Playboy Cable Channel Hot Rock's chart in 1993 with his #1 steamy music video 'Puerto Rican Sex', Capretta is also known for his successful music video 'Stormy Weather' on ETV and RockAmerica in 1996.  In 2009, Capretta came out of the closet as a drag queen ‘Big Mama Capretta’ revealing the truth about her identity hitting the Billboard dance charts on Carrillo Records with her charting top 20 dance floor anthem ‘Big Mama’s House’.  Big Mama Capretta and other famous celebrities like Lady Gaga and Madonna made international headlines in 2009 with tributes to the late Michael Jackson.  Big Mama’s tribute to Jackson, a dance floor rendition of ‘The Lord’s Prayer’, hit the NYC Top-40.com dance charts on Carrillo Records in 2009.  Capretta topped ‘The Music Behind the Worst Album Covers Ever’ with his hit pop single ‘Who’s Lookin Back’ on LSA Records and was added to Jimmy Fallon’s ‘Do Not Play List’ on NBC’s ‘Tonight Show’ in 2015.  A provoking documentary on Big Mama Capretta produced and aired by Univision Television went viral in South America and the Caribbean in 2018 riling millions of viewers.  Big Mama Capretta is currently signed to Starlove Records and represented by Sobel Promotions in New York City.  

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