In one of the most highly-anticipated Hollywood reunions in decades, movie star Eddie Murphy will reunite with the transvestite prostitute he picked up on Sunset Boulevard in 1997, when they present “Tower Heist” director Brett Ratner with the first ever Ally Honor at the GLAAD Awards on March 16th. Organizers of the GLAAD Awards kept the reunion under wraps while they were deciding whether or not to pay Atison Seiuli, the infamous transvestite prostitute, for just an hour or to hire her for the full evening.
“A lot of people believe I actually died years ago, but the truth is Eddie asked me to keep a low profile until he got his career back to where it was in the 80s,” Seiuli told Hollywood & Swine. “When I heard Eddie was working on the TV version of ‘Beverly Hills Cop,’ I gave up waiting and decided to make a public appearance.”
Originally, GLAAD asked Murphy to present Ratner’s award with the cast of his 2008 sci-comedy boxoffice flop, “Meet Dave,” but Murphy felt that would be way too embarrassing for his family and instead opted to appear with the transvestite prostitute.
GLAAD decided to honor Ratner with the first ever Ally Award after he made several public service announcements for gay equality, following controversial remarks he made in 2011, when he was preparing to produce the Oscars hosted by Murphy, which angered the gay community.
“For years I have been one of the biggest supporters of same sex love scenes in movies,” Ratner said. “If you don’t believe me, you can just look at my extensive collection of lesbian porn.”
Later this month, Ratner will also receive the “Visionary” Award from the Center For Disease Control and Prevention, who praised the director for his foresight after he admitted to making actress Lindsay Lohan take an STD test before he’d agree to have sex with her years ago.