What Is Sexual Napalm? Inside John Mayer And Jessica Simpson’s Explosive Relationship

With Taylor Swift once again bringing John Mayer’s name to a fresh news cycle, which many assume he will address when his “Call Her Daddy” interview drops, fans may naturally find themselves delving into Mayer’s alleged history of toxic behavior in relationships.

Specifically, many may wonder what exactly happened between Mayer and Jessica Simpson.

Allow us to fill you in…

Back in 2010, John Mayer’s interview with Playboy created an uproar when he discussed his relationship with Jessica Simpson, whom he dated from 2006-2007.

While asked about the paparazzi stalking him and turning him into “a tabloid fixture” when the two were dating, he revealed that he was, in his words, “addicted” to Simpson.

“It wasn’t as direct as me saying, ‘I now make the choice to bring the paparazzi into my life.’ I really said, ‘I now make the choice to sleep with Jessica Simpson.’ That was stronger than my desire to stay out of the paparazzi’s eye. That girl, for me, is a drug. And drugs aren’t good for you if you do lots of them. Yeah, that girl is like crack cocaine to me. .. Sexually it was crazy. That’s all I’ll say. It was like napalm, sexual napalm,” he said.

What is sexual napalm, you might ask?

Well, Mayer seems to further define the by going on to talk about how being sexually addicted to a person is akin to being physically addicted to a specific drug.

At one point, you would sell your couch, my couch, and anything else for another go at her, if that was what was required.

You go through withdrawal pangs when you’re apart, and crave a very specific and very visceral high. Perhaps your brain makes physical changes and those changes can be accessed at a later date by a trigger smell, taste, sound, or memory.


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