JUSTIN TIMBERLAKE’s Music Video For “Tunnel Vision” Taken Down From YouTube For “Sexual Content” (VIDEO)
JUSTIN TIMBERLAKE‘s new music video for “Tunnel Vision” was taken down from YouTube for it’s “sexual content”—whole lot of nudity!
By now, we pretty much know what to expect from Justin Timberlake‘s new music videos. So when the “Suit & Tie” singer released the one for his third single, “Tunnel Vision”—off his “20/20 Experience” album—we weren’t surprised to see a lot of grooving, another collaborator pal (Timbaland) and some simulated singing.
What we were very surprised to see, however, were the naked girls wearing nothing but nude g-strings and dancing sensually to the music.
Definitely reminds you of Robin Thicke‘s equally shocking “Blurred Lines” video, no?
Needless to say, YouTube had the same reaction. Just hours after its debut on the video streaming site, the graphic 7-minute video was taken down temporarily for violating the company’s “policy on nudity or sexual content.”
Watch the NSFW music video HERE.
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