MEMPHIS, TN (abc24.com) - After a porn was shot at the Pyramid , the filmmakers behind the controversial video filmed at one of Memphis's most-recognizable landmarks say it was just another job.
"The girls, the girls picked the location, they wanted to do the location to symbolize they were from Memphis," said Joe Gotti.
Gotti, and his business partner Nikon Nitty, say the video was actually filmed about a year ago on a Sunday evening.
In the video, you see two women get out of a sports car and start dancing in various stages of undress.
"It wasn't like Girls Gone Wild, It was like Pay Me, and I'll shoot," said Gotti.
Gotti says the two women hired them because they wanted to put the video online.
"They could have made it more tasteful, that's everyday life though, you feel me?" said Nitty.
"Us being film directors, we trying to make some money," he added. "You don't want to voice your opinion because you don't want to lose the job."
Gotti and Nitty say the video only came to light because of the controversy surrounding Team Taboo and video of a party filmed at Club Elements in Hickory Hill.
Gotti and Nitty say they've filmed previous Team Taboo parties, but they don't do that anymore.
"It was worth it at the time, because we got bills to pay, but now that $500 could lead to us losing $5,000," Nitty said.