Marked for ruin since Survivor: Africa
's first episode
when he sneakily snacked on more than his share of beans and cherries castoff Clarence Black
is surprised he lasted as long as he did. Laughs the 24-year-old barkeep/basketball coach: "Those damn beans! I haven't seen that many white people mad since O.J.
While Clarence's gluttony made him unpopular with his Boran tribemates, his romping about scantily clad certainly earned him some admirers stateside! "It was my idea that the [rescue plane] pilot would recognize us if we were all in our skivvies," he sheepishly concedes. "The dumbest thing you can ever do on Survivor is take white drawers into a dusty, dirty environment. I don't know what I was thinking."
Dirty or no, viewers at home were always ready for his jelly, to paraphrase Destiny's Child. So can we expect the 6'4" 220 lb. hunk to cash in on his bootyliciousness? (He's a Survivor reject what do you think?) "Playgirl or underwear modeling or anything like that... I would definitely consider it," Clarence says. "Why not? You know, I'm not going to have this body forever, and I worked hard to get it. It has nothing to do with me as a person if somebody thinks I look good naked or look good modeling."
Still, don't look for him to follow in Hanes hawker Michael Jordan's footsteps. "I didn't really dig those M.J. commercials," he laughs. "It's like these three white guys looking at him in his drawers. It's like a little hint to our consciousness as Americans there maybe the director had penis envy!"
Hmm... could Clarence be alluding to a certain popular myth about African-American gents? Says he: "What myth